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Population:

Pediatric

Discipline:

SLP

Diagnosis:

Language Development
Do you have a patient whose main form of expressive language is characterized by echolalia? Is that patient able to produce or “echo” back extremely complex sentences or phrases but is unable to produce their own spontaneous responses within therapy activities and in conversation? This document outlines some basic strategies to use during therapy to […]
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