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PROMPT© Speech Therapy Clips

Video 1–Chronological age: 28 months (genetic disorder)

**During early motor-play activity
Types of PROMPTs: surface and parameter
Uses of PROMPT:
  1. To enhance child’s attention to the cognitive concepts: on, up, down
  2. To develop an interactive awareness for communication and attention to activity

Video 2–Chronological age: 30 months (genetic disorder)

**Functional Language Activity
Types of PROMPTs used: parameter and surface
Uses of PROMPT:
  1. To increase awareness to the social interaction with another person
  2. To develop an association between the simultaneous dynamic, multi-sensory input (tactile-kinesthetic and auditory) to the concepts: in, yeah, done
  3. To begin to develop jaw-driven speech production

Video 3: Chronological age: 41 months (genetic disorder)

**Functional Language Activity
Types of PROMPTs used: parameter, surface, and syllable
Uses of PROMPT:
  1. To develop interactive turn-taking
  2. To develop motor speech control for production of me, through jaw-driven speech initially
  3. To foster lips moving independent of the jaw

Video 4: Chronological age 4 years, 10 months (genetic disorder)

Types of PROMPTs used: Parameter and Surface
The uses of PROMPT:

1. Continue developing interactive turn-taking.
2. To develop motor speech control for production of “baba” for baby, through jaw-
driven speech initially
3. To eventually encourage lips moving independent of jaw.