Speech & Language Support
The Bucks County Intermediate Unit Speech/Language Program provides speech/language services to over 4,300 school age pupils. Communicatively disabled students of all exceptionalities and those pupils in regular education classes with speech or language handicaps are reflected in the students being served. The Speech/Language Program is integrated with district and other Intermediate Unit education programs, such as IST, as well as being responsible for a comprehensive therapy program involving language, voice, fluency, and phonological disorders. Our services comprise pre-referral consultation, assessment and diagnosis, development and maintenance of an on-going instructional program.
Maximum Caseload: Follows Chapter 14 revision of Guidelines
Students are instructed in the following areas: All types of speech/language disorders involving language, voice, fluency, and phonological deficits.
The Primary Goal is to: Assist each speech/language disabled pupil to become communicatively competent in their educational and community environments.
• Program Supervision and Management by State and Nationally Certified Speech/Language Pathologists
For more information please contact Speech Language Supervisors:
Speech Language Links