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Types and Levels of Cues and Prompts in Speech Language Therapy

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Are you trying to understand the difference between cues and prompts?

Want to know the difference between phonemic and semantic prompts?

Trying to figure out how to distinguish between tactile and gestural cues? The grab this handy guide which will succinctly explain all of this information on just a handful of slides.

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  • Prompts vs. Cues
  • Types of Prompts
  • Types of Cues
  • Levels of Support
  • Making Goals¬†Measurable

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

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    This very clear handout defines and describes the levels and types of cues and prompt used with children. Family friendly wording of objectives is crucial to a strong and useful IEP. Helpful examples of IEP objectives using the varying levels of prompts and cues are included.The definitions provide a nice resource to use when explaining to parents what our often “technical” wording means to their child. It is an excellent aid for discussing how prompts are faded or adapted for individual children particularly those who need discreet trial learning.

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