When we come to speech, our job is to learn to say our sounds better, use our slow, smooth and easy speech, learn new words and explain things so that others can understand what we mean. We can learn to have good speech by following directions, listening, working together, doing our best and practicing what we learn every day.
This is my third year with ISS and my eighth year as a speech-language pathologist in the schools. I hold a B.A. in psychology/linguistics from the University of Rochester and an M.A. in speech language pathology from George Washington University.