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SPEECH AND LANGUAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLIENT:
Patient did not speak at all during the session, SLP informed me he has 40-50 words in expressive vocabulary but does not use them as often as he should. Patient displays open mouth posture, weak jaw, cheeks and tongue. He presents with tongue thrust, due to him still using a bottle he has also had teeth pulled out. Clients’ overuse of a bottle has affected his alveolar ridge by making it narrower and leaving less space for tongue to articulate against it.

OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION:
• Produce environmental sounds (car noises) while engage in a language learning activity at 70% of time with mod cues.
• Demonstrate understanding of action (throw, eat, jump) while engaged in a gross motor activity at 60% accuracy with min.cues.
• Point or vocalize to an object when named in a field of 3 at 70% of time with min. cues.
• Use gestures/words for pragmatic function (protest, requests) while engaged in language building activity at 70% accuracy with mod-max cues.
SPEECH AND LANGUAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLIENT:
Patient did not speak at all during the session, SLP informed me he has 40-50 words in expressive vocabulary but does not use them as often as he should. Patient displays open mouth posture, weak jaw, cheeks and tongue. He presents with tongue thrust, due to him still using a bottle he has also had teeth pulled out. Clients’ overuse of a bottle has affected his alveolar ridge by making it narrower and leaving less space for tongue to articulate against it.

OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION:
• Produce environmental sounds (car noises) while engage in a language learning activity at 70% of time with mod cues.
• Demonstrate understanding of action (throw, eat, jump) while engaged in a gross motor activity at 60% accuracy with min.cues.
• Point or vocalize to an object when named in a field of 3 at 70% of time with min. cues.
• Use gestures/words for pragmatic function (protest, requests) while engaged in language building activity at 70% accuracy with mod-max cues.

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLIENT:
Patient did not speak at all during the session, SLP informed me he has 40-50 words in expressive vocabulary but does not use them as often as he should. Patient displays open mouth posture, weak jaw, cheeks and tongue. He presents with tongue thrust, due to him still using a bottle he has also had teeth pulled out. Clients’ overuse of a bottle has affected his alveolar ridge by making it narrower and leaving less space for tongue to articulate against it.

OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION:
• Produce environmental sounds (car noises) while engage in a language learning activity at 70% of time with mod cues.
• Demonstrate understanding of action (throw, eat, jump) while engaged in a gross motor activity at 60% accuracy with min.cues.
• Point or vocalize to an object when named in a field of 3 at 70% of time with min. cues.
• Use gestures/words for pragmatic function (protest, requests) while engaged in language building activity at 70% accuracy with mod-max cues.

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLIENT:
Patient did not speak at all during the session, SLP informed me he has 40-50 words in expressive vocabulary but does not use them as often as he should. Patient displays open mouth posture, weak jaw,…