Med SLP Bundle: Language and Writing Intervention Materials
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This bundle comes with 7 tools for speech-language pathologists working with people who have aphasia or other language impairments. This bundle includes:
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with people who have acquired brain injuries and agraphia. Written in a family-friendly format, the handout is appropriate for patients, staff, family, and caregivers and describes the etiology of agraphia as well as signs/symptoms, treatment, and strategies.
Task: Written Expression Tasks
Designed for speech-language pathologists addressing functional writing skills in a rehabilitation setting, this 3-page therapy tasks features two functional tasks, the first one targeting single words and the second task targeting sentence level production.
Quick Informal Written Expression Eval
This quick, informal assessment is designed for speech-language pathologists evaluating written expression skills in rehabilitation settings. Designed to be a quick and informal assessment, the eval provides information about ability to write basic personal information, numbers, words, phrases, and sentences.
- Ted.com for Language Treatment
TED.com can be used as a language treatment tool for individuals with aphasia. The videos can be used to address verbal expression, auditory comprehension, written expression, and reading comprehension goals with familiar and new topics. This handout explains how to address the patient’s treatment goals with this online resource.
- Word Association Web
This therapeutic activity has a variety of words in a web format in which a patient has to generate a target word that is associated with the two words that it is sandwiched between.
Word Finding Cues
This handout describes types of cues and a hierarchy of cueing used to help patients generate target words that can be used by therapists and/or caregivers when working with people who are experiencing aphasia.
Using Maps to Target Language Skills
This material will encourage the patient to use a map for different functional language activities targeting verbal expression, auditory comprehension, reading comprehension, and written expression.
Tech specs: Digital download. 11 pages + cover page. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 22.6 MB.