cluttering

Cluttering: What SLPs Need to Know

Cluttering is an area that many SLPs might not know much about.  There are probably two reasons for this.  One, is because cluttering is really rare and two is that we are still learning a lot about cluttering. Did you learn about cluttering in graduate school? I’d love for you to leave your response in the comments section and let me know!  Today’s episode covers several definitions of cluttering, talks about what the characteristics are of a person who clutters, and also provides treatment objectives.  For your free handout that reviews characteristics of people who clutter, look in the links and resources section below.

 

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