SLP Corner: Addressing Difficult Behavior in Speech Therapy
We have all had the experience where our intervention is less productive because of difficult behaviors in speech therapy. Here is a behavior system that I have found to be successful in group settings. If you laminate the chart at the bottom, you can use it across multiple sessions with dry erase markers. This is how it works:
At the beginning of each session, the students quickly review the rules listed/pictured in the middle (e.g., “I need to listen with my eyes and ears/Necesito escuchar con mis ojos y oídos”).
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