The Nonverbal Child Part 4: Techniques to Elicit Language

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This 24 page PDF focuses on therapy techniques for facilitating language for this population.  This presentation addresses the 3 skill areas I personally target simultaneously in nonverbal children, ways in which to train the use of the functional communication system via targeting skills such as object/symbol association, checking for understanding, facilitating spontaneous requests, techniques to facilitate vocalizations, and strategies to elicit verbal imitation.  In addition, evidence based language facilitation techniques (e.g. not anticipating a child’s needs/wants, using binary choices, using delayed response, etc.) are outlined and explained in-depth.

This presentation is a great resource for new SLPs or seasoned SLPs who are new to working with young children and/or who are looking for a review of evidence based practices that facilitate language development.

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This 24 page PDF focuses on therapy techniques for facilitating language for this population.  This presentation addresses the 3 skill areas I personally target simultaneously in nonverbal children, ways in which to train the use of the functional communication system via targeting skills such as object/symbol association, checking for understanding, facilitating spontaneous requests, techniques to facilitate vocalizations, and strategies to elicit verbal imitation.  In addition, evidence based language facilitation techniques (e.g. not anticipating a child’s needs/wants, using binary choices, using delayed response, etc.) are outlined and explained in-depth.

This presentation is a great resource for new SLPs or seasoned SLPs who are new to working with young children and/or who are looking for a review of evidence based practices that facilitate language development.

  • Page 1-Cover
  • Page 2-Tried and True Techniques
  • Page 3-Functional Communication System
  • Page 4-Hierarchy of Skills
  • Page 5-Training skills-object/symbol association
  • Page 6-Checking for Understanding
  • Page 7-Facilitating Spontaneous Requests
  • Page 8-Facilitating Vocalizations
  • Page 9-Expecting Imitation
  • Page 10-Verbal Imitation Stage
  • Page 11-Determine where in Verbal imitation process child currently is
  • Page 12-What to do once child is imitating
  • Page 13-Do not anticipate needs/wants
  • Page 14-Delayed Response
  • Page 15-Binary Choices
  • Page 16-Natural Consequences (pg 1)
  • Page 17-Natural Consequences (pg 2)
  • Page 18-Simplify Language (pg 1)
  • Page 19-Simplify Language (pg 2)
  • Page 20-Self-Talk
  • Page 21-Parallel Talk
  • Page 22-Echos and Expansions
  • Page 23-Play, Play, Play
  • Page 24-Resources

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