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Psychiatric Disorders Bundle

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Psychiatric Disorders Bundle contains 7 downloads relevant to language  assessment  and treatment in psychiatrically impaired children

  1. Recognizing the Warning Signs of Social Emotional Difficulties in Language Impaired Toddlers and Preschoolers
  2. Social Pragmatic Deficits Checklist for School Aged Children
  3. Social Pragmatic Deficits Checklist for Preschool Children
  4. Assessing Social Skills in Children with Psychiatric Disturbances
  5. Improving Social Skills of Children with Psychiatric Disturbances
  6. Behavior Management Strategies for Speech Language Pathologists
  7. Differential Diagnosis Of ADHD In Speech Language Pathology

*Please note that there’s an overlap of information between this bundle and the “Social Pragmatic” bundle. Please review both bundle descriptions carefully prior to making a purchase of a bundle that best suit your needs.  

Recognizing the Warning Signs of Social Emotional Difficulties in Language Impaired Toddlers and Preschoolers

This 48 slide presentation discusses the connection between late language development and the risk of social emotional disturbances in young children 18 months-6 years of age. It describes manifestations of emotional behavioral difficulties in young children with language deficits, lists formal and informal assessments relevant to toddlers and preschoolers, and explains which warning signs of significant emotional behavioral manifestations in young children warrant a referral to related professionals (e.g., psychiatrists, psychologists, etc.)

Learning Objectives:
  • Explain the connection between late language development and social-emotional functioning
  • Describe manifestations of emotional behavioral difficulties in young children with language deficits
  • List formal and informal assessments relevant to toddlers and preschoolers
  • Explain why the warning signs of significant emotional behavioral manifestations in young children warrant a referral to related professionals
    • Psychologists
    • Psychiatrists

Slide Content:

  • Language impairment and psychiatric comorbidities
  • How early do these difficulties show?
  • Do the parents always see it?
  • are there discrepancies between parents and teachers?
  • What should we track with respect to behavior?
  • What are some warning signs of behavioral difficulties?
  • It’s not just autism that’s a concern
  • Common Psychiatric Disorders in Children 2-5 years of age
  • Differences between settings
    • Psychiatric Hospital
    • Private Practice (with a focus on psychiatric disorders)
  • Are all language delayed toddlers/preschoolers at risk?
  • When do you really see behavior issues in full effect?
  • Let’s Talk Assessment
  • Preparing for Assessment: Parental Interview
  • During the Assessment
  • Language Sample and Complex Sentences:  Did you know..?
  • Narrative Assessment Overview
  • Narrative Ages and Stages
  • What can narratives yield about the child?
  • Standardized Instruments Sensitive to Social Pragmatic Deficits
  • Checklists Sensitive to Behavior Difficulties in Toddlers and Preschoolers
  • Reviewing the Language Findings
  • Comparing Results
  • What to do next?
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • Helpful Resources
  • Contact Information
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Social Pragmatic Deficits Checklist for School-Aged Children (Updated)

This checklist was created to assist speech language pathologists (SLPs) in identifying/screening social pragmatic language weaknesses/deficits in school-aged children, who may require assessment/intervention services.   Provide this form to both teacher and caregiver/s to ensure that the weaknesses are observed consistently across all settings/people.

Checklist Categories:

  • Listening/Processing
  • Verbal Expression
  • Prosody
  • Problem Solving
  • Pragmatic Language
  • Social Emotional Development
  • Behavior
  • Supplemental* Caregiver/Teacher Data Collection Form
  • Select Assessments Sensitive to Social Pragmatic Deficits
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Assessment of Social Communication Deficits in School-Aged Children with Psychiatric Impairments (Updated)

This revised 57 slide presentation offers assessment strategies for speech-language pathologists working with children with emotional and behavioral disturbances

Learning objectives:

  1. Explain the impact of psychiatric disturbances on language development of children
  2. List common pediatric psychiatric (non-autistic) diagnoses affecting language abilities
  3. Summarize the role of SLP in assessment of pragmatic language and social cognitive abilities of school-age children
  4. List formal assessment instruments used to assess pragmatic language and social cognitive abilities of school age children
  5. Describe informal assessment procedures used to assess pragmatic language and social cognitive abilities of school age children

*Please note that there’s a very significant overlap of information between this material and “Assessing Social Communication Abilities of School Aged Children”. Please review both product descriptions very carefully prior to making a purchase of the desired material.  

Product Content:

  • Psychiatric Diagnoses and Language Disorders
  • Psychiatric Diagnoses and Social Pragmatic Skills
  • Common Pediatric Psychiatric (non autistic) Diagnoses Affecting Language Skills
  • Role of SLPs Relevant to Social Communication Disorders
  • Social Communication Skills
  • Difficulty with Detection of Social Pragmatic Language Deficits
  • Where to begin assessment
  • Relevant Assessment Areas
  • Sample Areas of Difficulty
  • Useful Standardized Tests: Strengths and Limitations
  • Useful Informal Assessments
  • It’s all about ToM
    • First Order False Belief Task
    • Second Order False Belief Tasks
    • Strange Stories
    • Discourse Analysis
    • Procedural Analysis
    • Narrative Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • Helpful Resources
  • References

 

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Improving Social Communication Abilities in Children with Psychiatric Impairments

This revised 56 slide presentation offers intervention strategies for speech-language pathologists working with children with confirmed social communication deficits secondary to psychiatric diagnoses.  *Please note that there’s an overlap of information between this material and “Treatment of Social Pragmatic Deficits in School Aged Children (Updated)”. Please review both product descriptions prior to making a purchase of a desired material.  

Objectives:

  • Identify social pragmatic deficit areas of children with psychiatric impairments
  • Describe components and targets of successful social skills treatments
  • List common challenging behavior types and explain proactive behavior strategies used to prevent inappropriate behaviors from occurring
  • Summarize social pragmatic treatment approaches which can be used for children with psychiatric impairments
  • Identify materials that can be used to address relevant social pragmatic treatment goals

Product Details:

  • Psychiatric Diagnoses and Social Pragmatic Skills
  • Specific Psychiatric Diagnoses and Social Communication
  • Poor Social Communication and Effect on Psychological Wellbeing
  •  The Team Approach to Intervention
  • Role of SLP on the Team
  • Pediatric Psychiatric (non-autistic) Diagnoses Affecting Social Skills
  • Creating Intervention
  • Best Practices in Intervention Design
  • Basic Social Interpersonal Skills
  • Pragmatic Parameters of Communication
  • Intermediate Social Skill Competency
  • Components of Peer Relatedness
  • Implementation: Individual vs. Group Therapy
  • Considerations for Treatment
  • Targets of Successful Social Skills Treatments
  • Evidence-Based Intervention Approaches
  • Behavior Types and Functions
  • Behavior Functions
  • Handling Challenging Behaviors
  • Importance of Determining Behavior Function
  • Examples of Antecedents
  • Proactive Behavior Interventions
  •  Review of Specific Social Training programs
    • Skillstreaming
      • Efficacy
      • Limitations
    • PEERS
      • Efficacy
    • Video Modeling
      • Efficacy
      • Suggesting for Implementation
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
  • Social Thinking Training (Winner)
    • Efficacy
    • Criticisms
    • Responses to Criticisms
  • Eclectic Approaches
  • Teaching Specific Skills: Problem Solving
  • Select Problem Solving Apps
  • Select Materials to Teach Problem Solving Abilities
  • Teaching Specific Skills: Pragmatics
  • Teaching Specific Skills: Social Emotional Competence
    • Select Materials to Teach Social Skills: Linguisystems
    • Select Materials to Teach Social Skills: Super Duper Publications
    • Select Materials to Teach Social Skills: Social Thinking®
    • Select Apps Targeting Pragmatics and Social Skills
  • Teaching Specific Skills: Advanced Listening Comprehension
  • Adapted Materials to Teach Advanced Listening Comprehension Skills
  • Parent Training to Increase Carryover
  • Conclusion
  • Helpful Resources
  • References
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Behavior Management Strategies for Speech Language Pathologists (Updated)

This 70 slide presentation offers behavior management strategies for speech-language pathologists

Learning objectives:

  1. Review the connection between language and behavior
  2. Explain what type of common challenging behaviors can manifest in children with genetic, psychiatric, and neurological disorders
  3. Describe the role of speech language pathologist (SLP) in the management of challenging behaviors
  4. List behavior management hierarchy from least to most intrusive methods for students with differing levels of cognitive functioning (high-average IQ to varying levels of Intellectual Impairment)
  5. Describe positive proactive strategies used to prevent inappropriate behaviors from occurring

The slides include information on the following:

  • Introduction
  • Common Diagnoses with Behavior Challenges:
  • Is it Behavior or is it Language?
  • Issues with Scoring and Test Interpretation
  • Language Deficits Include Social Communication Weaknesses
  • Why are unrecognized language issues a  problem?
  • Behavior Symptomology
  • Externalizing vs. Internalizing Behaviors
  • Examples of Behaviors
  • Externalizing vs. Internalizing Behaviors : Comparing Settings
  • Team Approach to Behaviors
  • Role of SLP on the Team
  • Difficulty with Detection and Recognition
  • Importance of Knowing Background/Family History
  • Data Collection re: Behavior Functions
  • Assessment is Finished so Now What?
  • Behavior Functions
  • Importance of Determining Behavior Function
  • Behavioral Observations
  • Examples of Antecedents
  • Importance of Differential Diagnosis
  • Data Collection Suggestions
  • Building Rapport
  • Assessment/Treatment Overview
  • Prioritizing Intervention
  • No Man is an Island
  • Note on Punishment
  • Type of Behaviors targeted
  • Examples of behavior tracking
  • Possible Function of Behaviors
  • Consequences/Processing
  • Behavior Management Hierarchy
  • Effective Goal Related Modifications
    • Physical Space
    • Session Structure
    • Behavior Modifications
    • Session Structure Modifications
    • Session Materials Modifications
  • Maintaining Factors
    • Cognitive
    •  Sensorimotor
    •  Psychosocial
    •  Linguistic
  • Choosing the Reward System
  • Use of Praise
  • Consequences and Response Consistency
  • Teaching Replacement Behaviors
  • Importance of Parental Involvement 
  • Home Carryover
  • Conclusion
  • Helpful Resources
  • References

For a detailed reviews of this product by Communication Station HERE, Figuratively Speeching HERE, and Scanlon Speech Therapy HERE.

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Differential Diagnosis of ADHD in Speech Language Pathology

Inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity are the most common presenting behavioral manifestations in at-risk school-aged children. This updated 120 slide presentation discusses the causes of hyperactivity, overactivity, and inattentiveness in children beyond the ADHD diagnosis. It will address select a variety of conditions which may mimic symptoms, including medical diagnoses, traumatic brain injury, language and literacy disorders,  acquired genetic disorders, as well as psychiatric disorders with similar symptomology.

Participants will be able to identify which standardized and clinical assessment batteries can be used for the determination of language related-deficits.

Finally, treatment options, accommodations, modifications and compensatory strategies to improve affected performance in social and academic settings, will also be provided to participants.

  • At the completion of this presentation participants will be able to:

1.List core symptoms of ADHD as listed in DSM-5 and interpret them through the differential diagnostic lens

2.Describe which disorders have similar symptoms as ADHD

3.Identify select standardized and clinical assessment batteries  useful for students with ADHD

4.Review select EBP treatment approaches and describe their utility

5.List compensatory strategies for intervention purposes

6.List useful accommodations and environmental modifications for students with ADHD to improve focus in therapy sessions

It contains information on the following

  • Overview of ADHD
  • Core Symptoms
    • Inattention
    • Hyperactivity
    • Impulsivity
  • More on ADHD as per DSM-5
  • Functional Consequences of ADHD
  • ADHD Statistics
  • ADHD Management
    • Psychostimulants
  • ADHD Pharmacotherapy
  • Overdiagnosis of ADHD in Children and Adolescents
  • At-Risk Populations Who Can Display ADHD Symptomology
  • Early Life Adversity and Maltreatment
  • WHAT IF IT’S NOT ADHD?
  • Validity of Stand-Alone Diagnosis?
  • ADHD Current State of the Field
  • Risk of Misdiagnosis?
  • Disorders Frequently Mistaken for ADHD
  • Select Disorders with ADHD like Symptoms
  • 5 Detailed Case Studies
  • Case Study Supporting Information
  • Collecting Differential Diagnosis Information
  • Background History Collection
  • Critical questions to ask the teacher
  • Assessment Considerations
  • On the inclusion of students with disabilities in the normative samples
  • Comprehensive Assessment: Language and Literacy
  • Assessment Tasks and What They Measure
  • Assessing Subtle Deficits
  • Assessing Metalinguistic Abilities
  • Assessing Semantic Flexibility Skills
  • Assessing Narrative Abilities
  • Assessing Social Communication
  • Assessing Reading Abilities
  • Assessing Writing Abilities
  • Goal Target Selection
  • Evidence-Based Treatment Approaches
    • Contextualized Language Intervention
      • Use of Fractured Fairy Tales in Therapy
    • Video Analysis
      • Video Learning Squad
  • Disciplinary Literacy Intervention

    • Teaching Reading Comprehension for Science
  • Goal Functionality
  • Maintaining Factions
    • Cognitive
    • Sensorimotor
    • Psychosocial
    • Linguistic
  • Goal Related Modifications
    • Physical Space
    • Session Structure
    • Behavior
    • Session Materials
  • Complexity vs. Difficulty
  • Linguistic  and Nonlinguistic Contexts
  • Prompts vs. Cues
  • Types of Cues
  • Types of Prompts
  • Levels of Support
  • Instructional Accommodations to Improve Behavior
  • Multidisciplinary approach for evaluation and management of ADHD
  • Relevance and Implications for speech pathologists
  • Helpful Resources

For a detailed review of this product on the Speech Universe Blog click HERE.

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Social Pragmatic Deficits Checklist for Preschool Children 3:0-5:11 years of age

This checklist was created to assist speech language pathologists in identifying / screening social pragmatic language weaknesses / deficits in preschool children 3:0-5:11 years of age, who may require assessment / intervention services. Provide this form to both preschool teacher and caregiver/s to ensure that the weaknesses are observed consistently across all settings / people.

Checklist Categories:

  • Language Processing
  • Verbal Expression
  • Play Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Behavior
  • Social Pragmatic Language
  • Executive Function Skills

Read the review of this produc by Whitney Smith of the Let's Talk Blog click HERE

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