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Caroline Lee, L.C.S.T.




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isbn# 978-1-60613-198-5
2014
Paperback
8 ½" x 11"
366 Pages


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"Caroline Lee's book is a wonderful resource for professionals working with children with developmental delays. All too often language books are difficult to understand and therefore difficult to implement. Caroline broke the mold!'
-Ronald Leaf, Ph.D., Director of Autism Partnership

"Wow! This is a must-have resource for any pediatric speech therapist! Offering concise goals in a clear hierarchy, it ensures you've targeted underlying skills before addressing more complex goals. Therapists will also appreciate the suggestions for treatment activities that align with each individual step."
-Kim Lewis, M.Ed., CCC-SLP, pediatric therapist and the blogger at ActivityTailor.com

"It's a great resource for new clinicians, assistants and interns that need hand holding and even parents. It's a blessing for the experienced clinician that wants to double check their work, is starting to address less familiar treatment areas or simply finds themselves too taxed at the end of the day to generate new goals for each student. It's a huge time saver!"
-Read the entire review at Activity Tailor blog

"The author's attention to detail and thorough research is evident, making the manual a useful tool for teaching students with significant developmental challenges including those students on the autism spectrum. Recommended for academic libraries, public libraries and health resource centers."
-CAPHIS Consumer Connections

"An extremely useful resource for both educators and parents that will help our children to learn and use language effectively. A fantastic IEP companion!"
-Angela Pryor, mother of two boys (13 and 10 years old), one of whom has autism

 
   
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