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Assessment Tools for Speech or Language Impairment

Access tools and resources to assist speech-language pathologists (SLPs) with decision making for a speech or language impairment as part of comprehensive special education evaluation. Wisconsin’s speech or language impairment criteria was revised effective August 2021. IEP teams must used the revised criteria for any referral beginning on or after August 1, 2021.

In addition to the resources listed below, the Wisconsin Collective for Comprehensive Assessment (WisCCA) IDEA discretionary grant website contains a variety of assessment approaches and considerations for the promotion of best practices in comprehensive speech and language evaluations to improve student outcomes.

Technical Assistance Resources for SLPs

Resources for Families and School Staff
Speech Sound Disorders
Dynamic Assessment
Limitations of Norm-Referenced Tests
Culturally Responsive Assessment Practices
Assessment of Fluency
Assessment of Language
Assessment of Voice

Evaluation Tools for Speech or Language Impairment