Mrs. Krista HirthWelcome to Speech and Language Support! I am one of 2 Speech-Language Pathologists at French Creek. Speech (as we are often called) is located on the hallway near the artroom and please stop by if you are in the building. I am very excited for the upcoming school year!Speech-Language impairments (SLI) fall into four main categories.
ARTICULATION and PHONOLOGICAL DISORDER- a significant deficiency in the ability to produce sounds in conversational speech that are not consistent with chronological age.
LANGUAGE - a significant deficiency not consistent with the student's chronological age in one or more of the following areas:Morpho-syntax/GrammarSemantics
FLUENCY- a disorder that impacts the fluency of speech. Speech may consist use of part word or whole word repetitions, prolongation of sounds and interjections.
VOICE- disorders that involve resonance, pitch and prosody.