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Your role as the SLP (5)
1) MODEL procedures for parents
2) OBSERVE parents doing the procedure
3) PROVIDE FEEDBACK for the parent
4) MONITOR parent's use of procedure (directly or recording provided by parent)
5) ENCOURAGE parent to make incidental use of procedures in natural, day-t-day activities
Parental training: why is it important?
parent-implemented intervention will. . .
- promote more generalization
- may improve other aspects of functioning (i.e, social skills)
- improves communication
- at this age,parent should be primary agent of intervention
- parents facilitate = increases in child's language behavior
Play and Gesture Intervention: Tx
teach pretend play to children
ex: object substitution
- use of one obj as if it were a diff. object
- holding block to ear, pretending to talk on phone
Intentional Communication: Tx
Milieu Tx
- environmental arrangement
- responsive interaction
- conversation based contexts that use child interest and imitation as opportunities for modeling & prompting communication in everyday settings
- SLP doesn't need to wait for child to initiate communic.
- observes child
- child shows interest in aspect of env
- SLP mands (requests) utterance w/stimuls ("what's that" or "tell me what you need"
- goal: elicit 1 or 2-word utterance from child
- if child provides target response, verbal reinforcement + desired obj given
Expanding Lexicon: Tx
Hybrid approach
- no specific response required
- set up env. to give child multiple opportunities to initiate conversation
- provide models of how to do it
storybook reading
- ask child to label pics during reading
- respondto child's label w/ a WH-question in an effort to stimulate more responses
- don't limit word use; provide child w/ right language
Word Combinations: Tx
Hybrid Approach
Script Tx:
- clinician directed, more structured
- modeling by SLP, parent, or puppet
- pictures presented w/at least 2 word utterance required
- provide accurate models, even if child will delete part of form to make it easier
- after modeling, child is required to produce.