SLP

Speech-Language Pathology

Madison School District’s speech-language pathologists support the communication needs of students throughout the district.  Speech-language pathologists conduct speech and language assessments, oversee hearing screenings, and work collaboratively with parents and school staff to provide support for students with speech and/or language impairments.  Speech-language paraprofessionals assist speech-language pathologists in serving students’ communication needs.

“Speech” refers to the mechanics of talking.  It includes articulation, voice, resonance, and fluency.  “Language” refers to how we symbolically represent the thoughts we communicate with others.  This includes vocabulary, word structure, grammar, and sentence structure.  Language also includes the social communication rules that govern how individuals interact with one another.

 

MSD 321 Speech-Language Pathologists and Paraprofessionals

Ron Albaugh

Speech-Language Pathologist

Emma Anderson

Emma Anderson

Speech-Language Pathologist

Syndi Arnold headshot

Sydni Arnold

Speech-Language Pathologist

Kimberlee Cook Headshot

Kimberlee Cook

Speech-Language Pathologist

Correne Fabanich

Correne Fabanich

Speech-Language Pathologist

Elizabeth Furness Headshot

Elizabeth Furness

Speech-Language Pathologist

Tara Jones Headshot

Tara Jones

Speech-Language Pathologist

Sarah Panting

Speech-Language Pathologist

Nadine Bell

Nadine Bell

SLP Paraprofessional

Jodi Fluckiger

SLP Paraprofessional

Shauna Johnston

SLP Paraprofessional

Hadlee Simonson

Hadlee Simonson

SLP Paraprofessional

Lindsay Winger Headshot

Lindsay Winger

SLP Paraprofessional