Speech & Language Services
The primary goal of school-based Speech and Languages Services is to remediate or improve student communication challenges within an educational environment in an effort to support a student’s academic progress and social-functional interaction. Service delivery is tailored to the student’s age and ability and may utilize assistive technologies to promote communication.
- Individual and group screenings
- Assessments/speech and language testing
- Diagnosis and Individualized Education Plan (IEP) development
- One-on-one or small group speech/language therapy sessions
- Consultations with educators and parents/guardians
- Classroom workshops/presentations
- Team model approach to service delivery
- Students in grades K-12 in contracted schools who are referred for service by a teacher, administrator or educational specialist.
- Independent evaluations available through direct request.
- Contact your child’s school to request services. Check if CORA is your school’s current provider.
- For an independent evaluation/consultation, contact CORA directly.
- Philadelphia non-public schools may request CORA as their service provider through the School District of Philadelphia Intermediate Unit’s annual contract process. Contact CORA to discuss benefits to your school.
- Public school districts and charter schools may contact CORA to develop a partnership.