The SL pathologist (SLP) signing the report must:
Review the reported findings which must represent the information obtained in the
examination of the child.
Correlate the conclusions provided by the SLP with the findings from the history,
observations, and formal testing obtained in conjunction with this examination.
Explain all abnormalities, or provide comment if an explanation cannot be provided.
Discuss whether, based on test results and clinical observations, the speech and/or
language disorder would be likely to affect the child's learning and/or social development.
Sign the report and identify his/her educational degree and certification and/or licensure