Reading / Writing

Reading and writing are highly interrelated as processes and in contexts where they occur. It is difficult to isolate any aspect of reading development that does not have a writing counterpart.  A speech-language pathologist can assess and target the areas that are most difficult for the client. The following areas may be addressed when working on reading and writing skills:

star_bullet.fwExpressing ideas clearly
star_bullet.fwLearning new vocabulary
star_bullet.fwUnderstanding written directions
star_bullet.fwUnderstanding and retaining details in a story
star_bullet.fwComprehending written material
star_bullet.fwPhonological Awareness
star_bullet.fwMemory skills
star_bullet.fwExecutive functioning