Speech language pathologists play an important role in remediating language and literacy disorders in children and adolescents with special learning needs. We address foundational literacy skills such as print awareness, phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, narrative skills, and listening comprehension. During language therapy we frequently use evidence based therapeutic intervention to increase the correct use

Literacy includes all four domains of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Quality literacy intervention is structured, multi-sensory, and incorporates diverse literature. It is imperative that children and adolescents have access to literacy intervention and instruction that will enable them to attain grade level standards and thrive after graduating from high school. Speech-language pathologists, educators, reading