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I find this highly inapropriate. When i made my concerns clear to the school district, they wrote me a letter and said that I shouldnt discriminate against her because of her accent, that she is a highly qualified therapist!
To me, this is like an oxy moron!
Now what should I do??? I am a licensed Speech Language Pathology Assistant. I attended school for years to get my degree and be able to apply for a state license as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant.
I also had to complete hundreds of hours of clinical fieldwork under the direct supervision of a Speech Language Pathologist. SLPAs are licensed and can provide therapy to clients, patients, and students. Of course we do have a supervising SLP that would do the assessments, come up with the therapy plan, go to the IEP, etc, but the SLPA can implement therapy, collect, data and take notes.
An Aide is different. An aide would get paid less and would not ever be able to be alone with a client, patient, or student. They would be ones who could file papers and do various clerical work, help gather materials, etc, but can not provide therapy.
My son has been diagnosed with severe apraxia of speech since the age of 2 and was in early intervention since the age of 1.
Now he is 3 and just started special education preschool. I do not agree with the related services the school offered. He is receiving PT 1x a week for 30 min in a group setting, OT 2x a week for 30 mins also in a group, and speech 4x a week 3 in group and 1 individual.
I only received more than normal 2x a week of speech, bc I came to that IEP meeting prepared and did my homework!
He also has other diagnoses but dealing with speech, my son needs an SLP which the school has none. They are called speech language specialist. When my son was in EI, he was receiving speech 3x a week ind.
IDEA allows trained and certified assistants to provide speech therapy. The last sentence in this article presumes all kids will be guided only by a SLP. Get geared up and then go after the school if they are providing inadequate services. If they are, demand that only the SLP provide the speech therapy until they can hire real assistants.
If a child is non-verbal and using PECS, it is very important to double check to see exactly what type of therapy is listed in your IEP.
We won compensatory because though it stated Language, the goals included articulation for emerging speech. They typically hold Bachelors degrees in speech or they have had intensive training prior to obtaining their licenses. In Texas, the supervisor is responsible for the caseload.
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