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Taught by an SLP/mom of an autistic child, this one time class will teach the basics of conversation which is a skill that individuals with autism, adhd, and social communication weaknesses struggle with. Neurotypical learners welcome too!
Robin Murphy M.S.CCC/SLP/L
2 total reviews for this teacher
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Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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This class will teach foundation skills needed to start and continue conversations with peers. These skills are many times less developed in learners with autism, adhd, and/or social communication challenges. Topics covered include defining a good conversation, rules for conversations, and conversational words. This class is highly structured with opening and closing routines, activity schedule, and incentives to work for on screen. Teaching will be accomplished through lecture, games, video...
Students will improve their understanding and use of important conversational skills. Topics covered include defining a good conversation, rules for conversations, and conversational words.
B.S. in Speech Pathology M.S. in Speech Pathology Assistant Clinical Professor at Saint Louis University Certificate of Clinical Competence Mo Licensed Il Licensed ISHA, ASHA, MSHA member Parent of a child with autism
No outside homework required.
An introductory email will be sent to each family asking for a brief description of their learner. A progress report email will be sent after the class lesson.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
No parental guidance required for Youtube or GImKit. These tools will be used through screen-sharing only and no account is required.
We will use Spotlight on Social Skills - Conversations.
Robin Murphy M.S.CCC/SLP/L
Autism and Communication SLP / Parent of a child with autism!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2 total reviews
5 completed classes
Hello and welcome to my speech and language therapy page dedicated to children/adolescents with autism. First, let me start of by saying that I am the parent of a child with autism and I understand a parents wish to support their child as much...