Caregiver involvement is very important in the growth of a child’s speech-language skills and progress. Their involvement is crucial in a child’s treatment.
Eligibility for speech-language services is often a topic for speech-language pathologists, educators, parents, special service staff, etc.
Parent involvement is essential in the growth of a child’s speech-language skills. A speech-language pathologist (SLP) is trained and certified to treat a variety of speech-language disorders and weekly speech sessions are important in the progress a child makes.
Co-treatment is when two practitioners work together to effectively address their treatment goals during a therapy session.