What are screenings?:

When a speech language pathologist (SLP) performs a screening, he/she uses screening materials that pin point weaknesses in a child’s speech and language development.  Areas of concern may be articulation, phonological processing, fluency, vocabulary, syntax structure and use of content in language.

Screenings vary in length but most should take 15 to 20 minutes with a brief consult with the parents of the child.   This consult will inform the parents whether or not further testing is warranted.  If so, a full evaluation will be recommended.

Full evaluations may be performed at Speech Therapy Enterprises LLC (STELLC).  See more information regarding evaluations by clicking here.