Two Language Tasks for Constraint-Induced Language Therapy (CILT)
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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 […]
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