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Union Endicott Speech-Language Department

Speech/Language Department

 Speech & Language therapy works to improve communication in the areas of:

Receptive Language:  the understanding of words and language, including the ability to follow directions, understand vocabulary and concepts, identify relationships between words, and apply critical thinking skills.

Expressive Language:  the vocabulary and language skills needed to convey ideas verbally and in writing. These skills include sentence length, word order, and grammar when speaking.

Articulation:  the production of speech sounds.

Fluency:  focuses on the flow or production of speech with minimal hesitations. repetitions or interruptions.

Auditory Processing:  the ability to take information presented out loud, analyze the   information mentally, and remember it.

Pragmatics:  focuses on social language skills, which includes turn taking in conversation, self-control, and understanding nonverbal cues.

 


 

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Elementary Speech/Language Therapists by Building:
 
Ann G. McGuinness Elementary
Heather Hessberger, MS,TSHH
[email protected]
 
Charles F. Johnson, Jr. Elementary
Kerry Zostant, MS, CCC-SLP
[email protected]
 
George F. Johnson Elementary
Lisa DeVincentis, MS, CCC-SLP
[email protected]
 
Thomas J. Watson Elementary
Cheryl Ruspantini, MS, CCC-SLP
 
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School Events (CT)
May
24

TJW Spring Music Concert

Starts at 6:30 PM
May
24

TJW Spring Music Concert

Starts at 2:00 PM
May
25

CFJ Spring Music Concert

Starts at 9:15 AM
May
25

CFJ Spring Music Concert

Starts at 6:30 PM
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