Using Visual Supports to Facilitate Language Production and Comprehension

Course Number
1456
Price
50.00
Overview

Presenter: Sarah Robinson, PhD, CCC-SLP
No-tech visual supports should not be used as a last resort. Visual supports can and should integrated into intervention. A brief rationale why visual supports should be used will be provided, followed by examples and strategies to reduce behaviors and promote language development.

Objective

Following the course, participants will be able to: 

1. Provide an explanation of how no-tech supports benefit a variety of children. 

2. Create visual supports that will facilitate students written, expressive and receptive language abilities.


Additional Information


This course is offered for 0.20 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Level)


Course Timeline: 

0-10: What are not-tech visual supports?
11-20: Why use visual supports? 

21-30: Visual supports for managing behaviors. 

21-30: Intervention strategies for lower functioning students. 

31-40: Intervention strategies for late talkers. 

41-50: Intervention strategies to facilitate comprehension. 

51-60: Intervention strategies to facilitate production.

61-70: Visual supports for written language. 

71-80: Visual supports for older students – tapping into executive functioning. 

81-90: Directory of resources


Disclosure Statement: 
Financial: Sarah Robinson is a speaker for Video Continuing Education and receives royalty payments. 
Non Financial: No relevant nonfinancial relationship exists. 


Course Hours
2.00
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