Monica Barry

Speech and Language Pathologist

Foster Elementary School

781-741-1520 x 4849

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Wendy Gillen

Speech and Language Pathologist (K-5)

East Elementary School

781-741-1570 x 4940

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Jill Livermore

Speech and Language Pathologist (Preschool)

East Elementary School

781-741-1570 x 4970

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Caitlin Mcinnes

Speech and Language

South Elementary School

781-741-1540 x4209

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Lorraine Rosseel

Speech and Language Therapist

Hingham Middle School


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Mary Stenson

Speech and Language Pathologist

Plymouth River Elementary School

781-741-1530 x 4355

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School Speech and Language Pathology

Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs) work with schoolchildren who have communication problems that affect success in:

  • Classroom activities
  • Social interaction
  • Literacy
  • Learning

Speech and language services are provided for school-age children with communication disorders that adversely affect children’s educational performance. SLPs work with children who have a variety of disabilities which can include:

  • Language
  • Voice
  • Fluency or Stuttering
  • Articulation
  • Swallowing , also called Dysphagia

Speech and Language Disorders Can Be Associated With:

  • Hearing loss
  • Cleft Palate
  • Cerebral Palsy and other Motor Problems
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Autism
  • Developmental Delays
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Other Problems

SPLs have many roles in schools. They often, but not limited to, identification students at risk for later problems, participate in assessment of students’ communication skills, conduct evaluate results of comprehensive assessments, develop and implement IEPs, and collaborate with teachers and other professionals. Often, SPLs combine communication goals with academic and social goals. Service delivery can be in the form of monitoring, consultation, direct service in the classroom, and/or direct service outside of the classroom.