Speech/Language Pathologists

Speech / Language Pathologists (SLPs) are specialists trained to evaluate, diagnose, and remediate disorders of communication and swallowing.  We provide treatment to improve language comprehension and use, voice, stuttering, articulation/phonology, memory, pragmatics, and swallowing.  Speech/Language services are provided to students who experience speech/language difficulties to such a degree that it adversely affects their academic performance, social interactions, and/or emotionality.

Conley’s SLP is Mrs. Manning.

Elizabeth Manning
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Learn more about District 158’s speech/language resources on the District 158 website.