Teaching Nonvocal Learners to become Nonverbal Communicators

Nonvocal learners are, most times, silent.  For the sake of this conversation, let’s call them silent participators.  There is no directed form of vocalization to demonstrate happiness, participation, or requesting.  Most vocalization is seen in signs of displeasure.  For me, as an SLP, the vocalization (any vocalization) found in any form of displeasure (cry, protest,… Read More