• Speech and Language Services

    Speech-language pathologists in Asheville City Schools serve students with mild to severe disabilities in the following areas: articulation, language, voice/resonance and fluency (stuttering).

    Students with articulation concerns may omit, substitute, or distort certain speech sounds. Students with language disorders may have a limited vocabulary or difficulty with grammar, auditory memory, and phonemic awareness. Students with fluency disorders may stutter, frequently repeat words, and/or prolong words. Voice/resonance disorders may include students who have chronically hoarse voice quality; pitch and intensity issues; and/or resonance problems.

    Depending on the student's needs, speech-language services are provided in the classroom and/or in a quieter environment with fewer students.

     

    School Language Pathologists:

     

    Robin Lindsay 

    robin.lindsay@ashevillecityschools.net

     

    Todd VanGiesen 

    todd.vangiesen@ashevillecityschools.net

     

    Karli Toothman 

    karli.toothman@ashevillecityschools.net

     

    Nicole Chamberlin 

    nicole.chamberlin@ashevillecityschools.net

     

    Brooks Hazelton 

    brooks.hazelton@ashevillecityschools.net

     

     

     

     

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