Systematic Language Instruction

Systematic Language Instruction for Minimally Verbal Students

Have you ever had a non-verbal or minimally verbal student and not known where to begin? Today, Rose Griffin, from ABASpeech joins me to talk about systematic language instruction for non-verbal and minimally verbal students. Rose brings her expertise as a speech-language pathologist and behavior analyst and gives us some great tips for working with non-verbal and minimally verbal students, using a systematic approach. Please see the links and resources section below for the items mentioned on the show today. Stay tuned for next week’s episode when Claudia Doan from Creative Speech Lab joins me to talk about The Kindness Project.

Links & Resources

Action Builder Cards

Rose’s Website

Communication Matrix

VB-MAPP

Follow Rose on Facebook

Follow Rose on Instagram

Lifeprint.com

Conducting a Preference Assessment

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