A treatment protocol for young children at risk for severe expressive output disorders.

Abstract

The proposed protocol is intended for use with young children who are at risk for severe expressive output disorders in the presence of typically developing receptive, play, and cognitive abilities. It is specifically designed for children who exhibit avoidance of verbal interaction and poor imitative skills. The approach follows a normal progression of sound and syllable structure development and is sequenced so that targets emerge into conversational speech as soon as possible.

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@article{Blacklin1997ATP, title={A treatment protocol for young children at risk for severe expressive output disorders.}, author={J Blacklin and Elizabeth R. Crais}, journal={Seminars in speech and language}, year={1997}, volume={18 3}, pages={213-31; quiz 231-7} }