Expressive Labels: Color
This program is about teaching attributes, like colors. The purpose of the program is to have them understand what we are specifically talking about when a therapist shows a student an object that may or may not vary in other dimensions, like size.
This program is about articulation. The purpose of the program is to teach students how to use talk using a range of volumes.
This program is about double retrieval, which means having the student give the therapist two items. The purpose of the program is to let students learn how to listen to two pieces of information, sequence two parts of language at the same time and remember all information that they’ve heard.
This program is about categories. The purpose of the program is to teach students to understand the abstract concept of categories and the association between different things with relevance.
Expressive Labels: Actions
This program is about actions.
Receptive Labels: Action
This program is about actions. The purpose of the program is to let students understand actions and how to use them flexibly.
Expressive Labels: Activity Based
This program is about expressive labels in an activity based format. Labels are stuck on the side of the bricks. The therapist first builds a tower. When the student is able to identify the label at the top, he/ she can knock one brick at the top down. This continues until all the bricks are knocked down.
This program is about “Directing Others”.
Communication Temptation: Where are you going?
This program is about asking ‘Where are you going?’ The purpose of the program is to have the student ask the question when they see someone leaving their surroundings.
Communication Temptation: Seeking Help
This program is about seeking help. The purpose of the program is to give opportunities for the student to learn to seek help from others when they are doing a task that they are having difficulties with.
Communication Temptation: What are you doing?
This program is about asking what other people are doing. The purpose of the program is to have the student ask “What are you doing?” when they cannot see what someone else is doing.
Communication Temptation: Where
This program is about using “Where” questions. The purpose of the program is to have the student find out where a missing person or an object is by asking the appropriate question.
Communication Temptation: Activity Based
This program is about directing an activity. The purpose of the program is to have the student direct the therapist do an activity that the student is familiar with.
Describing: Subject + Verb + Object
This program is about describing. This program teaches students to put together subjects, verbs and objects into small sentences to describe what they see or to describe certain situations.
Asking Where Questions
This program is about Asking Where Questions.
This program is about Expressive: Noun.
This program is about Comprehension – Object to Person.
Advanced Delay Instructions
This program is about Advanced Delay Instructions.
This program is about Describing Event.