Managing Cluttering in the School-Age Child: From Diagnosis to Carryover

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This session will begin by discussing the current working definition of cluttering. Next the basics of assessment and differential diagnosis of cluttering from other communication disorders will be covered. Strategies for teasing out symptoms to achieve differential diagnosis, and planning and goal writing for appropriate targets of root fluency issues will be discussed. A problem-solving based approach to accurately pinpointing fluency concerns, testing hypotheses in various settings and over time, will be presented.

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1. Powerpoint presentation


Title of Training: Managing Cluttering in the School-Age Child: From Diagnosis to Carryover
Presenter: Kathleen Scaler Scott
Training Date: 04/10/2014

Topic: Speech and Language


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