Home Practice Ideas for Minimally Verbal Children with CAS

Date Posted: Apr 18, 2016




Children with CAS require lots of practice opportunities and benefit when practice occurs throughout the day. Home based routines and activities provide a great platform for practice. In the following article, Laura Smith and Kim Haas-McEneny, SLPs colleagues, provide strategies and ideas for encouraging practice with highly motivating functional words.

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