Speech - Language Pathologist (SLP)
The position of speech-language pathologist encompasses, in particular, the responsibility for carrying out prevention, screening and evaluation activities with students experiencing or likely to experience language, speech or voice problems and for determining and implementing a speech therapy and intervention plan focussing on developing, restoring or maintaining communication skills of students in interaction with their environment and help them pursue their educational path.
The interpreter technician provides one-on-one interpretation support to hearing-impaired students – this service includes both oral interpreters and sign language interpreters.
Itinerant Teacher (Montreal Oral School for the Deaf)
Itinerant teachers associated with the Montreal Oral School for the Deaf provide audiological evaluation and follow up; consultation services for teachers regarding curriculum adaptation; IEP planning and exam modifications; management of hearing aids and other amplification systems; provision of in-service for in-school personnel; academic support to students.
Itinerant Teacher (Montreal Association for the Blind)
Itinerant teachers associated with the Montreal Association for the Blind provide Braille, taped, large print material, optical devices and other equipment aides for students. As well, they coordinate the support services for both the students and his/her family, provide guidelines for programming, help in the adaptation of materials and provide any necessary adjustments to classroom facilities.
Centre of Excellence for Speech and Language Development
The Centre of Excellence for Speech and Language Development is a service designed to offer support and expertise for the organization of programs and adapted teaching for students with special learning needs. The centre provides students with speech and language difficulties the opportunity to reach their potential.