Speech and Language Therapy Guide eBook

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  • For children who say more than 50 words and need help with a variety of speech and language skills.

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Speech and Language Therapy Guide eBook

For children who say more than 50 words and need help with a variety of speech and language skills.

Product Description

  • Step-By-Step Guides for teaching 39 different speech and language skills including skills from the following categories: early communication skills, vocabulary, grammar, questions, speech sounds, and social skills (See Below for Full List).
  • Worksheets and visual aids for each guide that you can complete at home with your child or send home with your families if you are a speech-language pathologist.
  • Instructions for how to choose skills to target and how to set up your home speech/language program or your therapy program; data collection sheets; developmental checklists so you can see what skills your child should have at his/her age; and Sample IEP Goals.
  • Bonus Content (If you Choose the Artic Card Program) – Sets of articulation cards and homework handouts for every speech sound in the English language along with step-by-step instructions on how to do articulation therapy and teach a new speech sound.  Includes worksheets, activities, handouts, speech screeners, flashcards for individual sounds, plans for increasing carry-over/generalization, and more!  Perfect for speech-language pathologists who work with many kids or a parent of a child who needs help figuring out how to improve a child’s speech sounds.

Skills Included

  • Early Communication Skills

    •  How to engage a baby to promote good language skills
    •  How to get a child to respond to sound/voice
    •  How to get a child to imitate actions
    •  How to get a child to respond to his name

  • Vocabulary Guides

    •  How to teach a child a new word
    •  How to jump start a late talker
    •  How to use sign language with a late talker
    •  How to use a word web to expand a child’s vocabulary
    •  How to teach a child a spatial concept
    •  How to teach a child descriptors
    •  How to improve a child’s word retrieval skills

  • Grammar Guides

    •  How to teach a child to use the possessive ‘s
    •  How to teach a child to use the plural –s
    •  How to teach a child to use irregular plurals
    •  How to teach a child to use the present progressive “-ing”
    •  How to teach a child to use the pronouns “he” and “she”
    •  How to teach a child to use the past tense verbs
    •  How to teach a child to use articles
    •  How to teach a child to use the conjunction “and”
    •  How to increase a child’s length of utterance

  • Question Guides

    •  How to teach a child to answer yes/no questions
    •  How to teach a child to answer “what” questions
    •  How to teach a child to answer “where” questions
    •  How to teach a child to answer “who” questions
    •  How to teach a child to answer “when” questions
    •  How to teach a child to answer “why” questions
    •  How to teach a child to answer “how” questions
    •  How to teach a child to ask a question with good word order

  • Speech Sound Guides

    •  How to teach a child a single sound
    •  How to teach a child the /r/ sound
    •  How to teach a child a class of sounds
    •  How to teach a child not to mumble
    •  How to fix final consonant deletion

  • Social Skill Guides

    •  How to teach a child to understand and follow directions
    •  How to teach a child to do pretend play
    •  How to teach a child to take turns with others
    •  How to teach a child to self-calm from a meltdown
    •  How to teach a child to stay on topic
    •  How to use a social story to help a child with a language delay

Less Than the Price of Speech Therapy Sessions

Parents, it costs less than the price of one speech therapy session! Use of home programs increases the speed through which children progress through therapy. This means, by investing in a program like this, you will spend less on private speech therapy -or- your child will miss less school time for pull-out speech therapy at school.

More Information

  • Written by Speech-Language Patholgist Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP.  Carrie Clark is a speech-language pathologist who has worked in the schools and in private practice.  She is a mother of a beautiful baby boy and works to spread information about speech and language delays and disorders through her website at www.SpeechAndLanguageKids.com
  • SLPs, reduce your planning time by using pre-made lesson plans and help your students make faster progress by sending home worksheets and handouts that will allow for easier home practice.
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