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Elicitation Tips and Intervention Options for Treating Cluster Reduction

Elicitation Tips and Intervention Options for Treating Cluster Reduction

Many children with speech sound disorders have difficulties using consonant clusters. This session will explore the different theories and intervention approaches you can use to treat consonant cluster reduction so that you have more therapy options. Furthermore, participants will expand their toolkit with different production cues designed to assist them in troubleshooting and effectively teaching consonant clusters.

Presenters

  • Rebecca Reinking

    CPSP, CCC-SLP

    Rebecca Reinking is an Australian speech-language pathologist who is passionate about helping SLPs feel more confident in treating speech sound disorders. Rebecca currently works part-time in private practice and is also the owner of Adventures in Speech Pathology, where she creates evidence-based therapy resources for SLPs. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.

Learning Objectives

Explain different theories behind targeting clusters
Identify at least 3 different phonological intervention approaches for treating cluster reduction
Describe at least 5 different production cues to teach cluster reduction

Agenda

Agenda

5 minutesIntroduction
20 minutesTheories and intervention options for treating consonant cluster reduction
35 minutesProduction cues and strategies for teaching consonant clusters

Disclosures

Disclosures

Speakers - FinancialRebecca is compensated for this presentation and receives a percentage of the sales for registrations. She is the owner of Adventures in Speech Pathology and receives income from materials she sells through her website, www.adventuresinspeechpathology.com, Teachers Pay Teachers, and Boom Learning, as well as being an author for Bjorem Speech Publications.
Speakers - NonfinancialRebecca has no nonfinancial relationships related to the course content to disclose.
Course - ContentThis presentation will feature various resources that are published by Adventures in Speech Pathology and Bjorem Speech Publications.
Course - Financial Support & In KindThis course is sponsored by SLP Toolkit, Adventures in Speech Pathology, Bjorem Publications, and Graham Speech Therapy

ASHA

ASHA

This course is offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs, Introductory Level, Professional Area, Professional Area

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