Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES Teachers of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped (TSHH) serve students ages 3-21 who demonstrate speech-language needs in special education and regular education programs. The TSHH is responsible for identification, treatment and consultation of the speech-language needs, placing a strong emphasis on achieving functional communication for all students. Speech-Language interventions include, but are not limited to, receptive/expressive language, articulation/phonology, oral motor, fluency, voice and feeding. Speech-Language interventions are provided in school, day cares, neutral sites and homes. Speech-Language services include:
- Speech-Language Therapy: Special Education Programs
- Speech-Language interventions are provided to students in BOCES 2 Special Education Programs as prescribed on the students' IEP.
- Speech-Language Therapy: Contract Service
- Speech-Language interventions are provided to students in settings other than BOCES 2 Special Education Programs.
- "Under the Direction" (UDO) Program
- A NYS Licensed and/or ASHA Certified Speech-Language Pathologist provides "under the direction" service to non-licensed/non-ASHA-certified TSHH for the purpose of Medicaid reimbursement.
For more information, please contact:
160 Wallace Way
Rochester, NY 14624
Ph: (585) 617-2316