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Principles of Intervention Paul, R. (2001). Language Disorders from Infancy through adolescence. Ch. 3
Purpose of Intervention zChange or eliminate the underlying problem zChange the disorder zCompensatory strategies zAlter the environment
Way intervention changes behaviour zFacilitation zMaintenance zInduction
Developing Intervention Plans zObjectives of Intervention zProcesses of Intervention zContexts
Objectives of Intervention: zSetting priorities (Fig 3-2), (Box 3-1) zCommunicative effectiveness zTeachability zNew Forms Express Old Functions zPhonological Abilities
Process of Intervention: Basic Intervention Approaches zClinician-directed zChild-centered zHybrid
Clinician-Directed zDrill zPlay-drill zModeling
Client-Centered Approach zIndirect Language Stimulation zWhole-language
Techniques for Indirect Language Stimulation zSelf-talk or parallel talk zImitation zExpansions zExtensions zBuild ups and break downs zRecasts
Hybrid Approaches zFocused stimulation zVertical structuring zMilieu Teaching yIncidental Teaching yMand-model approach zScript Therapy
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