By the time these children reach preschool age (3+ years) they may present with obvious signs and symptoms of language processing deficits, which may require further screening and intervention. Continue reading Language Processing Checklist for Preschool Children 3:0-5:11 Years of Age
Today I am reviewing a recent app by the Virtual Speech Center called “Auditory Memory Ride” which is aimed at improving immediate memory and information recall in children with processing disorders.
- Digit recall
- Recall of words and sentences
- Detail recognition
- Paragraph recall
You can find it in my online store HERE
This checklist was created to assist speech-language pathologists (SLPs) with figuring out whether the student presents with language processing deficits which require further follow-up (e.g., screening, comprehensive assessment). The SLP should provide this form to both teacher and caregiver/s to fill out to ensure that the deficit areas are consistent across all settings and people.
- Listening Skills and Short Term Memory
- Verbal Expression
- Emergent Reading/Phonological Awareness
- General Organizational Abilities
- Social-Emotional Functioning
- Supplemental* Caregiver/Teacher Data Collection Form
- Select assessments sensitive to Auditory Processing Deficits