• Oakland Meadow Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) work as part of multi-disciplinary teams to address the speech, language, fluency, voice and augmentative and alternative communication needs of students, ranging in age from three to twenty-one, who meet State Department of Education eligibility guidelines for Speech-Language Impaired services.  The role of the SLP includes evaluating, providing dual and direct speech services, assisting with feeding plans, creating visuals and adapted materials, coordinating the assistive technology process for students requiring technology for access and/or communication, and providing support to staff and families. SLPs collaborate with IEP teams to create goals and objectives to address identified communication needs and then work to collect and analyze data in order to differentiate instruction for each student. Whether guiding a student to produce a specific speech sound, to supporting a student in learning to use an augmentative and alternative communication device, Oakland Meadow SLPs are focused on assuring all students are working towards communicating to their full potential!