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Introduction to PROMPT Technique Online Modules

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We are excited to announce we just released the Introduction to PROMPT: Technique workshop through ten self-paced online modules that you can watch as your schedule allows! 


The agenda for these courses is similar to our in-person or Zoom workshops but now you can take them from the comfort of your living room at your own pace.  When you complete all ten modules - you're PROMPT trained! Please note - the modules are only available for those who have not yet been PROMPT- trained. 

 

This program is offered for ASHA CEUs. Each of the ten modules average about 90 minutes in length and you will have 90 days to complete all ten modules. 


The best part - you can take all ten modules for only $499 USD!

 

Upon completion you'll be able to PROMPT clients and have access to all of the PROMPT supporting tools and continuing education. You will also be able to start PROMPTing your clients as your local regulations allow, but we also have teletherapy webinars to help you get started now.

 


MODULE 1: PROMPT Overview, Physical-Sensory Domain: Key Concepts, Planes of Movement


  • Describe the PROMPT Conceptual Framework

  • Explain Global and Physical-Sensory Domain theories that have contributed to PROMPT

  • Identify planes of movement


MODULE 2: PROMPT Assessment: Case Study #1


  • List and explain the steps of an informal motor speech assessment using the PROMPT Approach

  • Complete the System Analysis Observation (SAO) for a 3-year, 5-month-old child with a motor speech disorder

  • Shade the Motor Speech Hierarchy (MSH) to represent the deficits of a 3- year, 5-month-old child with a motor speech disorder

  • Identify three priorities on the Motor Speech Hierarchy (MSH) for a 3-year, 5-month-old child with a motor speech disorder


MODULE 3: PROMPT Application Principles & Parameter PROMPTs


  • Explain PROMPT application principles

  • Define Parameter PROMPTs

  • Explain how to execute Parameter PROMPTs

  • Execute Parameter PROMPTs

  • List and explain when Parameter PROMPTs are appropriate for a client


MODULE 4: Surface PROMPTs


  • Define Surface PROMPTs

  • Execute Surface PROMPTs

  • List and explain when Surface PROMPTs are appropriate for a client

 

 

MODULE 5: PROMPT Assessment: Case Study #2


  • List and explain the steps of an informal motor speech assessment using the PROMPT Approach

  • Complete the System Analysis Observation (SAO) for a 10-year, 10-month-old student with a motor speech disorder

  • Shade the Motor Speech Hierarchy (MSH) to represent the deficits of a 10- year, 10-month-old student with a motor speech disorder

  • Identify three priorities on the Motor Speech Hierarchy (MSH) for a 10-year, 10-month-old student with a motor speech disorder


MODULE 6: Complex PROMPTs Syllable PROMPTs


  • Define Complex PROMPTs and Syllable PROMPTs

  • Execute Complex PROMPTs and Syllable PROMPTs

  • List and explain when Complex PROMPTs and Syllable PROMPTs are appropriate for a client


MODULE 7: Cognitive-Linguistic and Social-Emotional Domain: Key Concepts, Uses of PROMPT


  • Explain Cognitive-Linguistic and Social-Emotional Domain theories that have contributed to PROMPT

  • List and describe the three uses of PROMPT


MODULE 8: Motor Phoneme Warm-Up, Motor Phoneme Link Requirements, Structured Practice, On-Line Shaping


  • Describe the motor phoneme warm-up

  • Identify mandibular, labial-facial and lingual requirements for motor phoneme links

  • Execute Parameter, Surface and Complex PROMPTs

  • Define and execute on-line shaping


MODULE 9: Treatment Planning: Case Study #1, Case Study #2, Selecting Motor Phoneme Links to Address Motor Breakdowns at Stages III, IV and V


  • Identify motor phoneme links that address various motor breakdowns in Stages III, IV and V

  • Describe how the System Analysis Observation (SAO) and Motor Speech Hierarchy (MSH) are integrated into treatment planning for two children with a motor speech disorder

  • Describe how to use a completed SAO and MSH to plan treatment for two children with a motor speech disorder

  • Determine motor speech goals for two children with a motor speech disorder

  • Select motor phoneme links for two children with a motor speech disorder

  • Select the uses of PROMPT for two children with a motor speech disorder

  • Construct two activities and a lexicon for two children with a motor speech disorder


MODULE 10: PROMPT Assessment and Treatment Planning: Case Study #3, Future Learning, Resources


  • Apply the PROMPT assessment and treatment planning process to a 5-year, 4-month-old child with childhood apraxia of speech

  • List and explain future learning opportunities and PROMPT resources

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MODULES:

 

1. Will PROMPT release modules in other languages?

Yes, If you would like this course in another language, please fill out this form. Your responses will guide how we prioritize translating this course into other languages. Thank you for your interest and patience!

 

2. How do you recommend clinicians practice PROMPTing on physical structures while doing the modules? 

In this course you are taught Parameter, Surface, Complex and Syllable PROMPTs. They are demonstrated by a PROMPT Instructor then you are directed to practice each set presented for 20-30 minutes on someone. That person could be a family member, friend, or someone you feel comfortable PROMPTing on. If you are thinking of PROMPTing on a fellow SLP, both of you would need to register for the modules.

 

3. Can I get ASHA CEUs? 

Yes, you can receive ASHA CEUs. Once you complete module 10 you will have access to an ASHA CEU link, which ensures you will receive ASHA CEUs. Each of the modules average 90 minutes in length and you will have 90 days to complete all ten modules. Click here for more specific information. 

 

4. Can I group together with friends and take the course together? 

Yes, as long as each person has purchased the program. Sharing any element of this presentation with another person is strictly forbidden as it is also a violation of our copyright, the terms of our case study client release forms and/or patient privacy laws. 

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