Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals

Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
Listening and Spoken Language Strategy Handouts for Parents and Professionals
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Do you have a student on your caseload with hearing loss that utilizes a cochlear implant and/or hearing aid? Do you need some information on listening and spoken language (LSL) strategies to use when targeting speech, language, and listening goals with this population? This resource contains one-page handouts for 17 different auditory verbal therapy (AVT) strategies (some are general language strategies and some are more specific to children with hearing loss) that are great to further the knowledge in this area for professionals, as well as to provide to parents and teachers! Each handout contains an overview of the strategy, more detailed explanation of how to use the strategy, an example, and a place to jot down some notes. The handouts are written without jargon, so that people outside of the profession of speech pathology and/or audiology are able to understand them.

Also included is a checklist of all the strategies. This is useful to have for each student/client, so you can keep track of which strategies you've taught to parents and caregivers.

With this resource, you'll feel more confident in working with your own children or the students on your caseload with hearing loss, because you'll have effective ideas on how to help them make progress!

The following strategies are included:

Acoustic Highlighting (2 page handout), Auditory Attention, Auditory Bombardment, Auditory Closure, Auditory Feedback Loop, Auditory First, Auditory Sandwich, Check for Understanding, Expectant Look, Field of Choices, Incidental Learning, Language-Rich Environment, Limit Questions, Parentese, Positioning, Sabotage, and Wait Time.

For more information and activities for working with children with hearing loss, check out:

Interactive NO PRINT Auditory Training Word Discrimination Cards

Learning to Listen Sounds for Children with Hearing Loss

Listening Walks for Sound Awareness for Children with Hearing Loss

Get To Know Hearing Technology Boom Cards™

Learning To Listen Sound Discrimination BOOM Cards

Six Sound Test Cup Game for Children with Hearing Loss

The Six Sound Test: Beginner Boom Cards™

My Hearing Helpers Presentation for Self Advocacy

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