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Junior Mako
I also saw his recommendation and approach Dr Oyalo for the herbs on YouTube The herbs has so far work positive on my child’s eye contacts and speech improvement My child social skill is good now and response to name has improved too
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Kelechim-
I am a parent and this video is fabulous! Thank you!!
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Su Schapomo
Thank you so much!
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Speaking Gladly
Do you have any tips for online/in general to make it more fun? They get kind of bored after working on conversation each week
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Caitlin WhatTheFrick
This was so helpful! I’m an adult autistic (diagnosed at 26) and I haven’t found any luck in finding pragmatic speech therapists in my area that work with adults I know this video is for teaching it but perhaps you could expand on pragmatic speech in a video to help autistic adults? It’d be really appreciated and I’ve already learned a lot from this video! ☺️ thanks again! ☺️
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Marta Bielska
So informative! Thank you
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Logan Brown
This is so helpful! As a first-year speech therapist at a middle school, I know this video will be extremely valuable in preparation for targeting goals on topic maintenance with students Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and insight! :)
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Jonas K
Fantastic video, I gained a lot from itbrbrOne thing stood out to me on my 5th viewing:brbr> 10:30 to have a good conversation we need to stay on topic, even if we don't enjoy itbr> [early] a good conversation should focus on a mutually enjoyable topicbrbrI'm not sure I see how the two statements are compatible with each other Either the initial topic search phase of the conversation was successful and both (/all) parties enjoy it, or the search failed and should be continued, no?brbrAlso, if your students have to sometimes endure topics that don't interest them, shouldn't your students' conversation partners have to endure the same? Don't the norms apply the same way to all participants? If so, it's a lot less clear why it's wrong for your students to switch to their preferred topicbrbrIt probably is wrong 99 of the time, and maybe the ways your students do it add more layers of wrong, but the account given here seems to simplify away some real-world complexity and be a little bit inconsistentbrbrI figure prolonged conversations experience topic drift The norms around those are probably very similar to the initial search: look for signs of (dis)interest in your conversation partners, pick topics enjoyable to everyone Maybe the natural turning points are statements that are about multiple topics simultaneously; for example, "how was your vacation", "great, we went to southern France and did sea bathing and nature photography", [response 1: "how was the water compared to Greece where you went last year", continue about sea bathing; or response 2: "what did you capture", continue about photography, "I got this this new camera and I've been itching to snap some good pictures", etc], and then if one topic falls flat you can circle back to the nearest branching point and pursue a different branch
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Jeanette Baines
Loved your video on teaching conversation I’m looking for the links you referenced but cannot find them Help please and thank you 😊
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Izell Astrile
I had a speech teacher when I was a kid She would ask me what big words meant and do these tests with blocks or something I never knew why The things you talk about here in this video is the first time I've ever heard any of these methods
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Maggie L
What is the kid burst out to interrupt the conversation or to a tangent?
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Elisabeth Trujillo
This is great! Thank you for sharing, looking forward to using this with my social group who really perseverate on their own interests
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Cass Kmiec
Keep these videos coming, please! I'm a school counseling student and this was so helpful for me to better understand the SLP process Thank you! :)
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Lets talk-@ Dr Manisha Malhotra
Great tips
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Aamina Rekik
This is gold! I'm a grad clinician struggling with pragmatic language Thank you for your effort and time!
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Mikhail Crosby
you’re the mvp 🙏🙏 i’m a grad clinician currently and my supervisor told me to teach my client what a conversation is this helps so much!!
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Ani B
Thank you so much, implementing today!
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motiwale deepak
Can you help me out PLEASE I stutter while talking😥brI get blocked while talking brAnd I prolong alhapets 'a' in starting of every sentences and words
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DayDay
Hello do you do one on one Zoom consultations i just came across this and it really resonates with me i have spent hundreds of dollars on online therapists that have not helped much not that i"m sayimg they were incompetent but i think i was barking up the wrong treehowever i really reasi ated with your methodilogy
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Andrew MacDonald
As you and your followers probably know, the website "Everday Speech" has some fantastic videos on these skills; ie, "making connected comments" Unfortunately, for my Special Ed students it is very difficult for them keep that back-and-forth conversation flow going The biggest stumbling block, for them, seems to be their inability to ask pertinent (on topic) follow up questions They just don't seemt to be interested in what their listener thinks [Autistic kids often have trouble with this empathetic (ie, consideration of others thoughts) skill] Do you have any particular method you use to teach that particlar skill?
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Mike Usta
This is glorious, been searching for "what is stuttering modification therapy?" for a while now, and I think this has helped You ever tried - Deyarper Especial Dominance - (do a search on google ) ? It is a smashing one of a kind guide for discovering how to get rid of your stuttering once and for all without the headache Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my cousin got excellent success with it
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Hina Illahe
thank you Jessica for putting effort to make this video I would love to know more from you<3
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