When You Pick Up a Pen, You Stop the Interaction
Speech Language Pathology
The traditional manner of tracking treatment progress by taking data and reporting percent accuracy doesn’t authentically measure many of our therapeutic goals. It interrupts the dynamic social interaction and confuses caregivers. This is an evidenced-based approach that addresses this challenge. A university training pilot study with clients who have severe communication delays, and a supervisor’s and practicing clinician’s experiences with middle school students with mild-moderate autism will be presented. Target audience: clinicians, supervisors, students, SLPAs.
California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) Convention
03/14/2019 - 03/17/2019
Duthie, Jill; Brock, Nicholaus; and Chattler, Lisa, "When You Pick Up a Pen, You Stop the Interaction" (2019). All Faculty Scholarship. 158.