Advanced Naming Bundle
Aphasia Object Box Starter Kit$9.99 Add to cart
This starter kit guides you to create your own object box with household items and successfully use it to address goals for verbal and written expression, auditory and reading comprehension, and cognitive communication skills.
30 Object picture cards
• 2 Images + 1 symbol each
• 6 Visual cue cards
• Written word
• Word completion
• Phrase completion
• Description of object use, location, and properties
• Clinician prompt card
- Verbal expression
- Confrontational naming
- Object description
- Phrase completion
- Generative naming
- Auditory comprehension
- Object discrimination
- Following directions
- Reading comprehension
- Word recognition
- Phrase/Sentence discrimination
- Written expression
- Word completion
- Word/phrase/sentence level
- Cognitive communication
- Problem solving/reasoning/WH-questions
- Categorical organization
- Verbal expression
Semantic Feature Analysis (Bundle)$4.99 Add to cart
Semantic Feature Analysis (SFA) Bundle features 95+ pages of treatment activities that target word retrieval based on semantic properties. SFA is an Evidence-Based technique and can be implemented by using feature analysis charts to identify key attributes such as: group, use, action, properties, location, association (Boyle & Coelho, 1995).
Read more about SFA:
Antonucci, S. M. (2009). Use of semantic feature analysis in group aphasia treatment. Aphasiology, 23(7-8), 854-866.
Boyle, M., & Coelho, C. A. (1995). Application of Semantic Feature Analysis as a Treatment for Aphasic Dysnomia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 4(4), 94-98.
Boyle, M. (2004). Semantic feature analysis treatment for anomia in two fluent aphasia syndromes. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 13(3), 236–249.
Quique, Y. M., Evans, W. S., & Dickey, M. W. (2019). Acquisition and Generalization Responses in Aphasia Naming Treatment: A Meta-Analysis of Semantic Feature Analysis Outcomes. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 28(1), 230-246.
VNeST – Set I$9.99 Add to cart
Set I – Verbs: announce, bake, buy, carry, catch, celebrate, clean, count, cut, decorate, deliver
Verb Network Strengthening Treatment (VNeST) is an evidence-based technique that focuses on using verbs to target word retrieval and discourse for persons with aphasia. This intervention has shown promising evidence for language production and generalization of lexical retrieval to trained and untrained verbs (Edmonds & Babb, 2011; Edmonds et al., 2014; Edmonds et al., 2009). This resource saves you time and includes everything you need to begin using VNeST with your clients.
- Each set includes *11 sample verbs
- No prep templates (for each step of protocol)
- Sample responses (for each verb)
- Client data tracking forms
- Clinician cueing guide
- Sample cues (semantic, multiple choice, & picture prompts)
- Semantic judgement sentences (12 for each verb)
Edmonds, L. A. (2014). Tutorial for Verb Network Strengthening Treatment (VNeST): Detailed Description of the Treatment Protocol with Corresponding Theoretical Rationale. SIG 2 Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 24, 78-88.
Edmonds, L. A. (2016). A Review of Verb Network Strengthening Treatment. Topics in Language Disorders, 36, 123-135.
Edmonds, L. A., & Babb, M. (2011). Effect of Verb Network Strengthening Treatment in moderate-to-severe aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 20, 131-145.
Edmonds, L.A., Mammino, K., & Ojeda, J. (2014). Effect of Verb Network Strengthening Treatment (VNeST) in persons with aphasia: Extension and replication of previous findings. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 23, S312-S329.
Edmonds, L. A., Nadeau, S., & Kiran, S. (2009). Effect of Verb Network Strengthening Treatment (VNeST) on lexical retrieval of content words in sentences in persons with aphasia. Aphasiology, 20, 644-675.