Who Do We Serve?
Birdville ISD provides speech-language services to children 3-22 years of age who are considered to demonstrate "speech impairment."
What Does "Speech Impairment Mean?
"Speech Impairment means a communication disorder, such as stuttering, impaired articulation, a language impairment, or voice impairment that adversely affects a child's educational performance.
How Is Eligibility for Speech-Language Services Determined?
Birdville ISD will use information from a variety of sources including parent referral information, observation, and evaluation by a certified speech-language pathologist to determine eligibility for speech-language services.
An Individual Education Planning Team Committee determines the services provided. The parents are part of this committee.
Where Are Speech-Language Services Provided?
The speech-language pathologist at the child's neighborhood school provides therapy services.
How to Make a Referral for Speech-Language Therapy Services.
To make a referral or obtain additional information contact your neighborhood school or call (817) 547-5737.
NOTE: SERVICES PROVIDED AT NO COST TO THE PARENTS
If you have any questions, please contact Jamie Thomas
at ( 817) 547-5737 or Email Jamie.