Speech and Language Therapy

Speech and language skills are absolutely essential to the social development and academic success of a child. Without a strong foundation in communication, children can struggle academically, experience low self-esteem, receive poor grades, and not set themselves up for future success.

Common communication disorders that can affect a child’s classroom performance include (but are not limited to):

  • Speech sound disorders: Difficulty pronouncing sounds

  • Language disorders: Difficulty understanding what they hear as well as expressing themselves with words

  • Cognitive-communication disorder: Difficulty with thinking skills including perception, memory, awareness, reasoning, judgment, intellect and imagination

Lenox is fortunate to have to highly qualified, master's level, licensed Speech and Language Therapists on staff. Speech services help children who have difficulties in the areas of articulation, language, rhythm, and voice. After diagnosis, appropriate therapy is prescribed. Instruction, treatment, and drill take place in an individual or small group setting.

For further information regarding Speech and Language Services at Lenox Public Schools, please contact Mrs. Burr or Ms Arnold, Speech and Language Therapists.