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Residual Articulation Errors Among Older Kids: Misconceptions & Solutions

Residual Articulation Errors Among Older Kids: Misconceptions & Solutions

Do you have older kids and teens on your caseload still workig on /ɹ/ or /s/? Do you wonder if there’s really anything more to be done to help them remediate these stubborn errors? This 1-hour course will help you decide what additional assessment and treatment considerations can be used to help these kids push past the “stall”. Learn how strategies for elicitation should differ for older clients, strategies for generalization, how to address lack of motivation, and considerations for dismissal.

Presenters

  • Amy Graham

    MA, CCC-SLP

    Amy Graham is a speech language pathologist and owner of Graham Speech Therapy, a private practice in Colorado Springs that specializes in pediatric speech sound disorders. Amy is the creator of the Graham Speech Therapy Oral-Facial Exam and the Bjorem Speech Sound Cues Deck for Lateralization. She has a particular interest in supporting and equipping SLPs to provide evidence-based treatment by posting frequent therapy videos and practical therapy tips via her social media accounts.

Learning Objectives

Describe 2 cueing strategies that may be particularly helpful in eliciting target sounds among older kids with residual articulation errors
Identify 3 strategies for encouraging generalization of treated sounds to spontaneous speech
Discuss considerations for determining when dismissal from therapy is appropriate

Agenda

Agenda

5 minutesIntroductions and Disclosures
10 minutesOverview of assessment considerations
15 minutesElicitation strategies
15 minutesGeneralization strategies
15 minutesAddressing motivation and dismissal considerations

Disclosures

Disclosures

Speakers - FinancialAmy has developed courses and materials available for purchase on her private practice website, GrahamSpeechTherapy.com, Bjorem Speech Publications, Teachers Pay Teachers, and Boom Learning. Although this course does not focus specifically on any of these products, content may be mentioned during the course of this presentation. Amy was paid a flat fee for this course and receives a percentage of course sales.
Speakers - NonfinancialAmy has no nonfinancial relationships related to the content of course to disclose.
Course - ContentAmy has no additional content information to disclose.
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, Intermediate Level, Professional Area, Professional Area

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