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HELP® for Word Finding

HELP® for Word Finding

Ages 6-Adult

Written in the widely-acclaimed format of the HELP series, these lessons have:

  • high quality, timeless content
  • goal-driven activities
  • appeal for a broad age range
  • a gradual increase in complexity within and between activities
  • application to a wide range of developmental and acquired language disorders

Stimulate word retrieval and rapid recall with lessons organized by these areas: 

Automatic Associations
Recall words through familiar associations like rhymes, songs, and story titles; common foods, people, nouns, and verbs; name brands; abbreviations, geographical words; and similes, idioms, and proverbs.

Themes
Descriptive phrases help clients recall 24 words for each theme.  The themes are everyday subjects like clothing, school, furniture, forest, and transportation. 

Definitions
Retrieve a variety of words based on their brief definitions.  Clients identify objects, actions, and situations; identify items by their word class; and supply opposites and synonyms. 

Answering Questions
Answer wh- questions with word banks, without word banks, and in fill-in-the-blank formats. 

Parts of Speech
Supply nouns, verbs, adjectives, and prepositions using word banks and fill-in-the-blank formats. 

Using Context
Practice word finding with common conversational statements, themes, inferences in sentences, common sayings, and survival words. 

 

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