Speech and Language
Welcome to the Edgemont's Speech/Language Department
School-aged children in Edgemont may be seen by a Speech/Language Pathologist. If you have any questions or concerns about your child's speech and language skills, please don't hesitate to contact us.
EDGEMONT JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Jordana Pauker at 472-7768 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Erica Gutman at 472-7760 ext. 2259 or email@example.com
Kiersti Rucci at 472-7760 ext. 2262 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Mignault at 472-8040 ext. 3333 or email@example.com
Cara Caputo at 472-8040 ext. 3346 or firstname.lastname@example.org
ASHA is the governing body of Speech-Language Pathologists in the United States. This website provides articles, links and resources for families and professionals.
Does your child have a 'raspy' voice? Does he/she lose his voice easily? These are signs of vocal abuse. This article explains what vocal abuse is, what vocal nodules are, and how they are treated.
Have you ever wondered if your child is stuttering? This article can help you learn the signs of normal disfluencies and atypical disfluencies.
This web site provides a description of typical ranges of language development for elementary school-aged children.
This chart illustrates typical acquisition or speech sounds by age.