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Speech Therapy
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817-441-5199

"Building Communication Skills for the Future"

Who Do We Serve?
Aledo ISD provides speech-language services to children 3-22 years of age who are considered to demonstrate a "speech impairment".

What Does "Speech Impairment" Mean?
A Speech Impairment is a communication disorder, such as stuttering, impaired articulation, a language impairment, or voice impairment that adversely affects a child's educational performance.

How Is Eligibility for Speech-Language Services Determined?
Aledo ISD will use information from a variety of sources including parent referral information, observation, and evaluation by a certified speech-language pathologist to determine eligibility for speech-language services.

Where Are Speech-Language Services Provided?
The speech-language pathologist at the child's school provides therapy services.

How to Make a Referral for Speech-Language Therapy Services To make a referral or obtain additional information contact your neighborhood school or call the Special Education Services office at (817) 441-5199.

Contacts
+ Amy Carpenter, Coder Elementary
+ Rebecca Deatherage, Administrative Assistant
+ Rebecca Lee, McAnally Intermediate
+ Stacy Cliver, Aledo Middle School
+ Teri Paradiso, Stuard Elementary, McCall Elementary
+ Tobyn Ribitzki, Vandagriff Elementary
+ Tracy Elms, Aledo High School, 9th Grade Center
+ Vilma McAdams, McCall Elementary
Click on name to see details.
Links
Department Files
 Documents for At Home Practice
Word lists and tips for sound production
 Good Times with Games.pdf
Board games to help your child develop language skills
 Key Terms.pdf
Key Terms

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