Eliciting Language In Pre-verbal Children with ASD: A Review of Behavioral and Naturalistic Therapy Techniques

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This product is a 64 page PDF reviewing the types and research support for current behavioral and naturalistic therapy techniques used to move children with autism spectrum disorder from a pre-verbal state to verbal communication.  This  product is perfect for new clinicians, educators and clinicians unfamiliar with therapy techniques for nonverbal children with autism spectrum disorder, and seasoned clinicians and educators looking for information regarding various techniques and research support.

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This product is a 64 page PDF reviewing the types and research support for current behavioral and naturalistic therapy techniques and used to move children with autism spectrum disorder from a pre-verbal state to verbal communication.

Techniques included:

  • Applied Behavioral Analysis
  • Behavior Modification/Management
  • Discrete Trial Training
  • Verbal Behavior Analysis
  • Rapid Motor Imitation Antecedent
  • Incidental Teaching
  • Mand-Model
  • Time-delay
  • Milieu Communication Training
  • Pivotal Response Training
  • Natural Behavior Language Intervention
  • Unaided and Aided Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Total Communication
  • Non-electronic Communication
  • Voice Output Communication Aids
  • Picture Exchange Communication System
  • Developmental Treatment Models

This  product is perfect for new clinicians, educators and clinicians unfamiliar with therapy techniques for nonverbal children with autism spectrum disorder, and seasoned clinicians and educators looking for information regarding various techniques and research support.

1 review for Eliciting Language In Pre-verbal Children with ASD: A Review of Behavioral and Naturalistic Therapy Techniques

  1. elleseta
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    This thoughtful presentation reviews the research supporting the current behavioral and naturalistic therapy techniques for pre-verbal children with ASD and explains how they are used to elicit verbal communication. When I was a CF I was hired to work with non-verbal children with ASD. I remember spending a huge amount of time looking for and reading much of the research articles listed in this presentation to learn more about each of these approaches in order to compare their efficacy. If I had this material it would have saved me an inordinate amount of time and effort. It‘s logical, informative and clear. The limitations of each approach are included with each technique’s review. This is a definite bonus since to read about each technique’s limitations one typically needs to find separate articles. It’s great for any educator who needs a detailed and highly comprehensive introductory crash course on the multitude of therapy techniques used with nonverbal children ASD.

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