NETSLP 


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NETSLP Services

NetSLP recognizes the growing shortage of highly qualified speech and language pathologists needed to deliver intervention, consultation, supervision and evaluations to schools. Our network of specialists provide needed services through onsite and/or online methods.

Intervention: NetSLP clinicians offer direct, evidence-based intervention to individuals of all ages. We work with students who exhibit a range of communication disorders involving language, articulation, fluency, voice/resonance and swallowing. We provide direct services in inclusive and pull-out settings at on-site locations and also specialize in providing services through technology (i.e., telepractice).

For more information regarding the roles and responsibilities of Speech-Language Pathologists in schools, please visit the ASHA website.

Evaluations: NetSLP clinicians provide comprehensive evaluations that address the personal, social, academic and vocational needs of a student. As part of our evaluation protocol, we review available records, conduct observations and interviews with critical team members and/or caregivers, provide a written report that includes recommendations, accommodations and goals and objectives, as well as participate in a follow up meeting to review the outcomes of the evaluation.

Consultations: NetSLP clinicians provide expert consultation to team members and educators. We provide guidance to professionals on the impact communication disorders have on student success. We offer professional development on strategies and accommodations that can be implemented to support a student's ability to access the curriculum.

Supervision: Our NetSLP clinicians have extensive experience in supervising assistants within a school based and clinical setting. We are highly familiar with an SLP-As scope of practice and are able to educate and provide on-the-job training to help prepare assistants for the unique role they play in the service to individuals with communication disabilities.

For more information on the use of Speech Language Pathology Assistants please visit the ASHA website.

For more information, please contact us.