This research-based program trains language processing skills in the sequence of neurological development. Goals, activities, and reproducible materials make this the go-to resource for language processing therapy. The units are arranged in this developmental progression of language processing demands:
Similarities and Differences
How To Use It: Use this researched based program to work through the premade goals that come with each skill area
What’s In The Box: 138 pages • 8.5 x 11 • softcover book plus an additional 128 printable pages (print-your-own therapy cards, Language Processing Checklist, and tracking form). that also include:
developmental age levels for the language skill
short-term objectives that gradually increase in language processing demands as the modality input (e.g., tactile, visual, auditory) decreases
suggested therapy activities and materials for each short-term objective
print-your-own picture and word cards
suggestions for classroom implementation and incorporating curricular content in the therapy setting
Note: The Labeling, Functions, Associations, and Categorization units require the use of objects common in everyday environments such as a glove, spoon, apple, shoe, toy car, etc.
The book comes with an additional 128 printable pages of therapy materials including:
500 "print-your-own" picture cards and word cards
Language Processing Checklist to evaluate classroom behaviors associated with language processing deficits
progress tracking forms
Adaptability This product places things in developmental progression so it is good to use in a group of varying ages but similar developmental development.