Speech and Language Impaired Program
Helping Students Communicate through Listening, Speaking & Literacy
Joan Clark, M.A., CCC-SLP
3378 Forest Hill Blvd., A-203
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
The Speech and Language Impaired program provides services to students identified with communication disorders that adversely affect their education. Speech-Language Pathologists assess, diagnose, treat and help prevent communication disorders in the areas of speech, language, cognitive-communication, social-communication, voice, and fluency. Each public school in Palm Beach County has access to the services of a certified and/or licensed speech-language pathologist.
Speech-Language Pathologists Positions Open for the 2017-2018
School Year (CFY Supervision Available)
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- 177487 TCH ESE SP PATH LIC (full time) Licensed by the Florida Dept. of Health (7.5 hours/day)
- 177488 TCH ESE SP PATH LIC (part time) Licensed by the Florida Dept. of Health (3.75 hours/day or 2.5 days/week))
- 1177486 TCH ESE SP LANG IMP CERT (full time) Certified by the Florida Dept. of Education (7.5 hours/day )
- 177489 s are available for 2.5, 3 and 4 days per week. Email Joan Clark for details.
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"GUMBY" Award Winner
The "Gumby" Award is an annual peer nominated award given to one speech-language pathologist who demonstrated flexibility and excellence as a speech-language pathologist serving the public school students of Palm Beach County. The 2017Gumby Award winner is:
Anais Armas of Benoist Farms Elementary and Multi-cultural diagnostics
Informational Links about Speech and Language Development and Disorders: