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Spotlight on Schoolhouse Talk: Using Marble Runs in Speech Therapy!

Today’s spotlight guest blog comes from the clever Abby over at Schoolhouse Talk!  If you haven’t read her blog, I’d recommend you head on over there and check it out.  She has some novel and fun speech therapy ideas and this guest blog is no exception!  Check out all of her links at the bottom […]

Tip Tuesday! The Nonverbal Child Part 4: Techniques to Elicit Language!

This is the last installment of my Nonverbal child series!  Thanks so much to all of you who stuck with it this month and checked out my presentations.  I hope they helped in some way. Please note that in this presentation a number of language facilitation techniques will be discussed.  I have written about each […]

FREEBIE Friday: Goals and Objectives for Nonverbal PK children!

This freebie goes along with my Tip Tuesday post this week (Part 3 of this series) on how to create a treatment plan for nonverbal PK children with typical hearing and vision.Below I created a quick guide on how I write goals and objectives using the child’s functional communication system.  I have a list of several […]

Tip Tuesday! The Nonverbal Child Part 3: Creating a Treatment Plan

Here is the 3rd installment in my Nonverbal Child series, discussing how to create a treatment plan.  Treatment plans in the academic environment versus private practice will undoubtedly be a different process.  However, this presentation includes the basic way in which I create a treatment plan.  Many times I find parents do not understand the […]

Tip Tuesday! The Nonverbal Child Part 2: Determining a Functional Communication System

This is the second installment in my Nonverbal Child series.  Remember this series focuses on the Nonverbal child under 5 years old with typical hearing and vision.  With that said I have used the same techniques for older children with age-appropriate toys and activities.  So some of these techniques can be generalized to other ages […]

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