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Do you ever struggle to elicit diadochokinetic (DDK) rates with your students? Either THEY have a hard time understanding what they are expected to do, or YOU just don't feel confident that you're administering it correctly?
This easy-to-understand packet is based on the norms from Robbins and Klee (1987) study, and Fletcher (1972) to help you elicit, record, and explain DDK rates as part of your speech oral motor evaluation.
Download this resource if you want to be able to:
- ✅ -- Understand the different methods of obtaining DDK rates in the 2-to-6-year old, and 6-to-13-year old population
- ✅ -- Have a simple set of instructions in what to say to your students
- ✅ -- Use a record sheet that includes norms
- ✅ -- Have the option to use visuals to help your students understand what they have to do
⭐This product is part of a discounted SPEECH CHART BUNDLE of high-quality charts, posters, and infographics⭐
✅ -- DDK syllable rates chart based on the Robbins & Klee (1987) study, for 2-to-6-year olds.
✅ -- DDK syllable rates chart based on the Fletcher (1972) study, for 6-to-13-year olds.
✅ -- A record form for each set of norms.
✅ -- Instructions on how to administer each set of norms.
✅ -- Cards for both age groups if they require visuals prompts.
What SLP’s like you are saying:
“Easy to use even with Distance Learning.”
“Love this product - there's nothing out there like it!”
“So easy to use- I printed/ laminated a copy for my assessment pack. So useful when providing parent education.”
“A great resource, clear instructions for how to use with different age groups.”
Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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