• Teresa D. Broome
    Speech Language Pathologist                                    
    Griffith Elementary School
    Email Address:   tbroome@wsfcs.k12.nc.us

    The ability to communicate is very important to a child's success in school.  Children that have a speech/language delay may struggle in all academic areas and have difficulty communicating with adults and peers.  Children that receive services for a speech/language delay work to improve their ability to communicate.  When children that have speech/language delays have support at home their communication skills improve.  Help your child become a good communicator.  Let them talk and you be a good listener.