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Feeding Therapy -> Augmentative and Alternative Communication -> Unaided Communication
Unaided modes of communication include nonspoken means of natural communication (including gestures and facial expressions) as well as manual signs and American Sign Language (ASL). These modes of communication often require adequate motor control and communication partners who can interpret the intended message.
Gabriella Cousino, M.S., CF-SLP
The "Let's Talk about Food" resource is designed for use in feeding therapy. How to use the resource: • Visual aids for feeding therapy. • Building language (i.e. commenting, requesting, refusal, e...Includes activity list
Research has found the development of gestures is a language predictor. From 9-16 months, children should be learning at least two additional gestures per month. Here is a helpful guide of typical ...