School-based speech-language pathologists (SLP) treat students with impairments that impact one or more of the following areas; speech sound disorders, language disorder, fluency disorder (stuttering), or voice disorders. Students may be eligible for speech therapy if they meet TEA eligibility criteria in one or more of the above areas. To meet eligibility criteria, TEA mandates student’s impairment impacts academic instruction and performance. Contact Ms. Carey or Ms. Heitz for more information regarding referral, evaluation, treatment, and IEPs. You can learn more about Speech Therapy offered by the FWISD by visiting the FWISD Speech Therapy.