Speech and Language Services

Children with ASD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, may have challenges with understanding and following directions. Students may appear to understand directives and conversations, but he or she may only be following contextual and situational clues.

Speech pathologists at PCS, work closely with classroom teachers to increase a student’s ability to communicate and understand others, while helping he or she access the curriculum. This is done through varied modalities, such as visual supports, group sessions, dynamic and static devices, social stories, and carry-over into the classroom.