Speech & Language


Students diagnosed with learning differences often present with language disorders.  At The Briarwood School, highly trained and licensed Speech-Language Pathologists review and perform case-specific screenings and evaluations.  Individualized therapy programs are provided to remediate communication deficits and promote student success in the classroom.



Briarwood’s Speech-Language Therapy Program provides treatment in both individual and small group sessions from one to four times weekly.  Collaboration with both parents and teachers is an integral part of the student’s therapy intervention.  A flat fee is assessed monthly for speech-language therapy services in addition to tuition charges.

Who Is Best Served?

Briarwood’s Speech-Language Pathologists treat a wide range of diagnoses including the following disorders:
  • Receptive / Expressive Language
  • Specific Learning Disability (Dyslexia)
  • Written Expression
  • Auditory Processing
  • Memory Deficits
  • Executive Function
  • Articulation
  • Apraxia
  • Stuttering
  • Voice Disorders
Students who benefit from Speech-Language Services may display difficulty with the following:
  • Understanding written or spoken communication

  • Following directions
  • Recalling information
  • Forming spoken or written language
  • Goal setting and organization
  • Producing certain sounds or words
  • Blending or segmenting sounds during academic tasks
  • Social skills during communication
  • Stuttering
  • Vocal quality
For More Information Regarding Speech-Language Disorders,
Visit These Websites:
Speech & Language Pathologist
(281) 493-1070 Ext. 119
Speech & Language Pathologist
(281) 493-1070 Ext. 149
Speech & Language Pathologist
Executive Function Coach
(281) 493-1070 Ext. 113