Kari Mooneyham, M.S.CCC-SLP
815-433-1323 ext. 2450
 
OTTAWA TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL
SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

Specializing in treatment for articulation, receptive/expressive and pragmatic language skills, voice, and fluency.

Articulation/Phonology: The ability to produce sounds in a manner appropriate to the child's age.

Fluency: The ability to communicate ideas without excessive repetitions and hesitations.

Voice: The ability to use correct voice volume, quality, and pitch.

Expressive Language: The ability to express and sequence ideas clearly using correct grammar and syntax (word order).

Receptive Language: The ability to understand spoken language, follow directions, and make sense of classroom instruction.

Pragmatic Language: The ability to interpret and use social language in his/her environment.

Often difficulties in these areas can interfere with a student's educational progress, academically, emotionally, or socially. When one or more of these areas listed above begins to negatively impact a student's success in school, intervention may be necessary.

Students are enrolled in the Speech and Language Program after a referral procedure that involves the student's parents, teacher, and speech language pathologist.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns that you have!