Are you struggling to elicit a clear /ʃ/ sound and wondering what you can say or do to help your child? Do you want to make progress in therapy vs. being stuck at the non-stimulable level week after week? Or perhaps you are ready to truly expand your cueing repertoire and have instant access to an extensive set of cues specifically designed to elicit the/ʃ/ sound for students on your caseload?
Introducing the Sh Sound Handbook: a comprehensive guide featuring over 100 different cues designed to help your child elicit the /ʃ/ sound.
Unlike other elicitation books, this handbook offers a wide range of cues, including verbal instructions, word lists, photographs, and visuals, all tailored to individualize the learning process for your child. We’ve combined this extensive resource with real-life clinical experience to empower you with the confidence to problem-solve and find the right cues that match your child’s specific speech sound challenges.
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➊ — Expand your cueing toolbox and discover new tips and tricks to elicit the /ʃ/ sound effectively.
➋ — Access various types of production and elicitation cues, perfect for supporting children with speech sound disorders.
➌ — Personalize cueing strategies based on your child’s individual needs and challenges.
❹ — Utilize assessment materials, including checklists, sound screeners, and probe word lists, to track progress and development.
With this handbook at your disposal, you’ll have a comprehensive resource to aid in teaching and eliciting the /ʃ/ sound, featuring a variety of cues and strategies to suit your child’s individual needs and learning style.
⭐ If you want to see what’s inside the handbook and how it’s organized, you can watch this clip. This walkthrough will give you a glimpse of the content and layout, ensuring that you can confidently make the right choice for your child’s speech therapy journey.
Included in this detailed digital download is a 70-page handbook dedicated to the /ʃ/ sound. The content is organized into seven chapters, which are outlined below for your reference:
✅ — “How to” guide on using cues: This section provides an easy-to-understand overview of various types of cues, stimulability testing, and how to effectively combine cues in speech therapy. It also includes helpful checklists and do’s and don’ts to guide you through the process.
✅ — Making the /ʃ/ sound: Here, we delve into the mechanics of producing the /ʃ/ sound and highlight common errors to be mindful of during therapy. You’ll find a special /ʃ/ sound screener and our top five recommended cues to try initially.
✅ — Phonetic Cues: In this chapter, we explore four different types of phonetic cues and demonstrate how to incorporate them to assist children in producing the /l/ sound.
✅ — Metaphor Cues: We provide colorful flashcards to help explain these meaningful, child-friendly explanations to facilitate the learning of the target sound, phonological rule, or feature that the child needs to grasp.
✅ — Gestural Cues: With real photographs, we showcase various gestures and hand movements that you or the child can utilize to facilitate a clearer production of the /ʃ/ sound.
✅ — Shaping Cues: Building upon the sounds your child can already say, this chapter outlines how to progress through their strengths to achieve the desired /ʃ/ sound.
✅ — Key Word Environments: This section offers word lists carefully selected to encourage and support the proper production of the /ʃ/ sound in meaningful contexts.
⭐ OTHER HANDBOOKS IN THIS SERIES: K&G Sound Handbook and the L Sound Handbook.
To purchase for your school district, private practice, organization, or university, we offer a discounted lifetime license, allowing all current and future employees access to the handbook. Please contact [email protected] for more information and special licensing prices.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rebecca Reinking is an SLP who works privately with children who have speech sound disorders. She has a particular interest in phonological interventions and strives to connect and collaborate with speech scientists to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice.
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