Speech Information

  • Speech-Language Pathologists/Therapists specialize in the various aspects of communication including articulation, language, fluency (stuttering), and voice. In the educational setting, the determination of a speech impairment is based on the presence of a communication disorder that adversely affects the educational or functional performance of the student. The ARD committee, including the Speech-Language Pathologist/Therapist, determines if the student meets the eligibility criteria for speech-language impairment and if the student requires specially designed instruction by a speech-language pathologist.
Mrs. Lisa Forson

Phone: (281) 634-5008

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Master of Arts in Communication Disorders Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Mrs. Lisa Forson

Hello, my name is Lisa Forson.  I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Arts in Communication Disorders, a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and I am a licensed Speech Language Pathologist.  I have worked for Fort Bend ISD since 2001.  I love my job, my profession and, most of all, your children! 

If you have any Special Education/Speech-Language questions, please contact me by phone or email. 

Ms. Amanda Ware

Phone: (281) 634-5008

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications

Ms. Amanda Ware

Hello, my name is Amanda Ware.  I am a licensed Assistant Speech Pathologist and hold a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications.  I have worked for Fort Bend ISD in this capacity for twelve years and am passionate about my work.  I provide speech therapy services to students who qualify as Speech Impaired under TEA and FBISD eligibility guidelines.