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In this hour-long seminar, Pam Marshalla describes the four stages of imitation development as defined by Jean Piaget, focusing on how the stages can be used as a basis for developing sound and word imitation in young children who are non-verbal or nearly non-vocal. Many of these children appear unable or unwilling to imitate sounds and words. Over the course of this hour, Pam shares the specialized methods that she has developed for speech-language pathologists who are working with clients such as these.
- You can download the handout once you begin the course.
- This course is available for 0.10 ASHA CEUs and/or 1 state continuing education hour.
- Fill out the online CE Participation form after viewing this course to register for ASHA CEUs.