A Powerful Addition Our Popular Life Skills Series of SpeechPages!
These SIX illustrated SpeechPages focus on helping the client Predict Problems that might occur in their daily life!
"What could go wrong..?" Theme Topic Situations!
Each SpeechPage has 12 different illustrated situations to help prompt discussions of daily life problems and answers!
With 12 Illustrated Scenarios per SpeechPage that is a TOTAL of 72 Different Illustrated Situations for Predicting Problems designed to help with Problem Recognition and Solving!
Whether your client is an older student/teen or an adult with a language disability,
these Life Skill Personal Problem Solving Questions SpeechPages are designed to be used in
your therapy sessions to prompt discussion and Functional learning through the
situational problems presented, each with an illustration of themes from everyday life scenarios!
These SpeechPages focus on:
PERSONAL SAFETY Topics:
(i.e. What could go wrong with... Stacking up boxes above your head?, ...Eating food left in a car overnight? etc.)
PERSONAL HYGIENE Topics:
(i.e. What could go wrong with... Wearing the same socks all week? etc.)
AND LIFE Skills Topics:
(i.e. What could go wrong with... Setting a glass on the edge of a table? etc.)
With proper direction, these SpeechPages are designed to be used to encourage functional critical thinking and awareness of problems and their importance as well as problem solving to assist in the development of real daily life skills. The clinician leads the discussion with the illustrations on the SpeechPage assisting the client in recognizing the problem situations and possible consequences of personal decisions and actions.
Illustrations help the client to conceptualize the problem situation!
*As with ALL SpeechPages: This Product is * HEAT SEALED IN THICK LAMINATE! * 3-Hole Punched For Your Easy Storage! * Colorful and Fun Illustrations! * Written AND ILLUSTRATED by an SLP with OVER 24 Years Of Experience!*
The age and ability level of the client must be considered for discussion of any possible solutions. As with all educational and therapy materials, the abilities and limitations of the individual must be considered before choosing these or any materials for usage. Not all clients are capable of using every therapy material. The clinician should determine the suitability of products for use in their particular application.