Improving Overall Intelligibility Systematically improves intelligibility and reduces children’s frustration of not being understood due to apraxia, weak or imprecise articulation, and/or autism, and easily adapted to individual needs. This program is divided into two sections: Early and Late Developing Sounds. Early Developing Sounds include: /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/, /g/, /ng/, /m/, /n/, /j/, /h/, and /w/. Late Developing Sounds include: /f, /v/, voiced and voiceless /th/, /l/, /dg/, /ch/, /sh/, /s/, /z/, and /r/. All activities are designed to help achieve intelligibility in connected speech and include picture scene; scene-related page, which includes types of questions from wh-, category, inference, compare/contrast, paraphrasing, problem solving, social communication, sequencing; a list of target words; and answer key.
197 pages plus CD of 86 full color printable pages