Therapy Insights Member Exclusive
Print Resource — US Letter — 6 pages






Constraint Induced Language Therapy relies on solely verbal communication, avoiding the use of compensatory strategies such as gesturing, drawing, writing, etc. The two tasks included in this product force patients to use only verbal language to either A) put pictures of objects in a particular order, or B) place objects in the correct location within […]
This content is only available to members.

Want access to this printable resource and hundreds more? Subscribe to Therapy Insights.

Subscribe to get instant and easy access to handouts, therapy materials, and clinical tools so that you can spend your valuable time doing what you do best: Connecting with your patients and changing lives for the better.

Subscribe now

Already subscribed to Therapy Insights? Log in to access this member exclusive.