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As a student speech language pathologist clinician what should i put in my therapy box?

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2008-01-17 05:27:06

I recommend that you always have a deck of cards. Regardless of

the age group or level of deficit, there is almost ALWAYS something

you can work on with a deck of cards - elicit speech, visual

tracking, matching, following verbal directions, social

interaction/pragmatics, rule comprehension, recall for sorting or

matching...use your imagination. It is small, easy to get, and very

replaceable. I recommend that you always have a deck of cards.

Regardless of the age group or level of deficit, there is almost

ALWAYS something you can work on with a deck of cards - elicit

speech, visual tracking, matching, following verbal directions,

social interaction/pragmatics, rule comprehension, recall for

sorting or matching...use your imagination. It is small, easy to

get, and very replaceable. It depends on what type of setting you

are placed. A nursing home setting would greatly differ from a

school.


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