Originally designed for non-speaking people, these exercises have also proven successful with verbal clients having auditory processing deficits
It has been found that underlying auditory processing problems often limit the expressive abilities of both verbal and non-speaking persons. This makes it an important deficit to remediate. In addition, Listen to This! may serve as a general language activity program for lower functioning clients. It is recommended for use by special educators of all types, as well as anyone else working with clients demonstrating auditory processing disorders.
Designed for clients of all ages who need repetitive practice expressing basic three- and four-word sentence structures, Simply Silly About Sentences features reproducible low-level language exercises
The Picture Communication Symbols are used to create sentences, making them suitable for both verbal and non-verbal students. Divided into eight chapters, according to what part(s) of the sentence is/are being focused on, each chapter uses a consistent and repetitive vocabulary to help students focus on sentence structure.