Working with students who are non-verbal or limited verbally can be overwhelming and daunting at first. We all want our learners to find their voice and to become more independent and successful communicators. Join me in this mini course where I share my top 5 strategies when working with students at this language level. Let's develop a framework to use when we meet students who need systematic language instruction. Together we can make a difference and help a student find their voice.
Rosemarie Griffin, MA, CCC/SLP BCBA, is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She divides her time between a public school and a private school for students with autism in Ohio. She’s presented at the national, state and local level about systematic and collaborative language instruction for students with autism. Mrs. Griffin is also an adjunct professor here in Ohio, teaching a graduate level course about behavior analysis and ethics. In addition to these interests, she is the creator of the action builder cards. This nationally distributed therapy product provides professionals with a means of delivering evidenced based language therapy. They can be purchased on Amazon, Different Roads to Learning and at the Speech Corner. . She also has a TPT store and a blog. Her professional mission is to help all students expand their communication step by step. She can be reached at www.abaspeech.org, facebook and on instragram.
Presenter disclosure: Financial: Rosemarie Griffin is paid a percentage of each sale of this course. Rosemarie Griffin is the creator of the action builder cards- one of the strategies discussed in this course- and receives royalties for their sales. Non financial: Rosemarie is the creator of aba speech website and blog
Content disclosure: This learning event does not focus exclusively on any specific product or service.