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Greetings and Personal Information
The ability to assess environment and communication partner to appropriately greet (hi, hello, howdy), possibly paired with gesture (wave, handshake, slang, hug), and provide appropriate amount of personal information (name, profession, relationship to other communication partners) without breaking social etiquette of the situation.
Visual Schedule Cards
About Me Card Deck 4
30 cards with about me questions and pictures.
Get To Know You Wh- Questions 2
A Wh- Question board to go with a pack of cards.
Are They Listening? Conversation Support 2
This is a quick visual support to aid in listening skills/conversation skills.
Walking Side By Side (Friendship Social Story) 1
A social story about how to walk and talk with friends.Includes activity list
Social Story- Greetings At School During COVID 3
Social story by Autism Little Learners with permission to share.Includes activity list
Monster and Halloween Speech and Language Activities With Sentence Strips (AAC) 4
8 pages Includes 1 • page of a variety of cute monsters • haunted house image • "I like" and "I don't like" sentence strips • "I am working for" visuals with token reinforcement board • 4 candy ima...Includes activity list
Communication/Interaction Development At Mealtimes For the Multiply Handicapped Child: Implications For Use of Augmentative Communication Systems 1Author: Morris, S. - The mealtime setting can be creatively used by the speech-language pathologist to increase the positive interactions between the child and caregiver and to establish the basic prerequisites for the development of communication. Specific program suggestions are provided to enable the speech-language pathologist to utilize the mealtime setting to integrate both vocal and nonvocal communicative objectives.