Expand the word repertoire of children with highly unintelligible speech. Use a treatment sequence and carefully selected stimuli based on the work of Barbara Williams Hodson and Elaine Pagel Paden.
Experienced and beginning clinicians love the Easy Does It series for their:
detailed explanation of therapy techniques
systematic lesson plans
clear goals and objectives
student practice activities and materials
Easy Does It for Articulation: A Phonological Approach is based on the premise of giving children with severe phonological processing disorders words they can successfully produce. The words are carefully selected so the phonetic contexts of the target words do not contain other phonetic patterns that are typically deviant in children.
The program targets twelve phonological processes. Seven processes are primary or early-developing:
consonant singletons (m, n, p, b, t, d, w, h)
velars (k, g)
alveolars (t, d)
stridents and two-consonant sequences (final, initial, and medial /s/ blends)
Secondary patterns are addressed if specific errors persist after the primary processes are established: