Stage 3: Helping your Child's Communication

Step 3: Speech Language Therapist’s Role

What do you think the role of a Speech and Language Therapist is?

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To assess children and determine any problems
To explain to the caregivers what any issues are
To work out the best course of therapy
To be the only person to do the therapy
To see the child 2-4 times a week for therapy
To review & update therapy when necessary
To make sure caregivers attend all therapy sessions
To show caregivers the best way to do therapy
To refer to other services where appropriate
To expect caregivers to inform them of any changes
To work on all the child’s SLCN needs at once