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Messages from our Speech Therapists

We are communication specialists, working with students (preschool through 12th grade) that have difficulty with speech sound production, language, and/or hearing issues. Some of the typical problems these students may encounter include, the way they say words, the way they understand language, or the way they form sentences.  Communication is very important in all of our lives. That is why we strive to help the kids have the most effective communication skills possible, thus enhancing their academic development.

If we can answer any questions or give you further information, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Phone: 859-261-2100, extension 5104

Email:  elizabeth.bain@ludlow.kyschools.us

             Josh.foster@ludlow.kyschools.us

 

 

 

 

Beth Bain - Speech Language Pathologist

My name is Beth Bain and I am currently in my first year as the Speech-Language Pathologist for the Ludlow Independent School District.  I received a Bachelor's of Science degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Kentucky in 2000 and a Master's of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Cincinnati in 2002.  I have been a practicing Speech-Language Pathologist for 12 years and this is my 9th year working with school-age students in the Kentucky School System.  I was born and raised in the wonderful city of Ludlow and I am so excited to be back home and assisting with educating the next generation of Panthers.

 

 

 

Josh Foster -Speech Language Pathologist Assistant

15 years as an assistant in speech therapy at Ludlow
BS in Communication Disorders – Brescia College

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our Mission
The Ludlow Independent School District is committed to fostering a culture
of rigor excellence, and personal accountability by developing meaningful relationships with students, families, and community members to support and empower students to graduate with college and career readiness skills.