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 one as a culmination of things I have learned over the years via research and my own personal clinical experience.  I cannot pinpoint the exact places these pieces of information have come from since I created this series of PPTs using just my old brain.

Disclaimer:  These presentations are based on my clinical experience and should be used as a guide only.  I understand there are many ways to perform evaluations and therapy and I am just sharing how I do it.  These presentations are not comprehensive in nature and you may add or use different testing materials, strategies or techniques.  Feel free to share your experiences below.  However, when commenting please do so with respect and common courtesy.  Thank you.

This presentation has been removed from this post. You can find part 4 here!

You use other techniques I didn’t address?  Don’t be afraid to add them in the comments below!  
Looking for Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this series?  Click on these links and check them out.
Happy Talking!!!