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Tuesday, August 21 • 10:10am - 11:40am
Speech/Language Impairment and the Connection to Literacy Development FILLING

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We will discuss what a speech/language impairment is and the connection to student performance in reading and writing. We will explain how Speech Language Pathologists can support students and teachers to best meet their literacy needs. We will also explore what areas are likely to need more practice and support for the speech and language impaired student and how SLPs can support these individuals early on and then guide the students and teachers in their ELA programming as the students get older.


Jacquelin Jarvis

Speech-Language Pathologist, Bremerton School District
Jacquelin is an SLP at View Ridge Elementary and Bremerton High School. She has experience working in the schools and in medical settings.
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Sarah Stevens

Speech Language Pathologist, Bremerton School District
Sarah is an SLP at Mountain View Middle School and has worked with students of all ages and varying speech and language needs.

Danielle Williams-Kuehl

Speech Language Pathologist, Speech Language Pathologists of Bremerton School District
We are SLPs, working for Bremerton School District in PreK through 12. I am currently the SLP at Armin Jahr Elementary and work with ages 2 through 11. I am in my seventh year as an SLP, and have been with the Bremerton School District for 2 years.

Tuesday August 21, 2018 10:10am - 11:40am PDT