Special Education Services
Speech Language Pathology
Student working with a speech therapist

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Stephanie Londenberg

Stephanie Londenberg

(254) 297-1155


Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) in public schools serve students with speech and/or language impairments.  A speech or language impairment is defined as “a communication disorder, such as stuttering, impaired articulation, a language impairment, or a voice impairment, that adversely affects a child’s educational performance” (C.F.R. §300.8.).  SLPs in public schools serve various roles in supporting students with speech and language impairments, including evaluation, IEP development, and intervention. 

ESC Region 12 strives to maintain a program of continuing education and technical assistance to assist SLPs in the diagnosis of speech and language impairments and the provision of services based on current research, within the framework of federal and state regulations.



  • Evidence-based professional development

  • Professional assistance via phone, email, video conference, or in-district

  • In-district observations, training, and  consultations

  • Continuing education hours on/off-site, appropriate for license renewal

  • Support & training dedicated to supervision of speech pathology assistants, interns, and supervisors