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Therapy Strategies for the Echolalic Child

A child who demonstrates echolalia will repeat what they hear, rather than saying independent word/phrases. As a speech therapist working with an echolalic child, your goal is to move them towards self-expression. In today’s podcast, Haden draws on her years of experience in speech pathology to share some strategies that will help you achieve this goal with your patients.

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