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Response Elaboration Training (RET) is a naming / discourse treatment that has been used with aphasia (mild to severe) and even apraxia. The treatment addresses goals to improve verbal production, word retrieval in conversation, and increase content words in conversation.
Script Training has shown promising research in speech therapy to improve word production, accuracy, and speaker confidence for trained scripts for those with aphasia and/or apraxia - in multiple conversation environments.
Semantic Feature Analysis (SFA) is a naming treatment and cueing technique for aphasia (both fluent and nonfluent, as a result of TBI or CVA). Research shows the best results with the words actually trained.
The Writing Functional Goals Packet is a how-to with templates + examples, using several evidence-based frameworks that can be used for functional, meaningful goals in speech therapy for the adult population. Goal samples are given so you can easily paste into your documentation system and personalize for your clients.