Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Level 2 Training: Advanced - 002363
This session will show those who have been to the basic Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Training how to teach PECS with fidelity so that learners do not get stuck during the early Phases of PECS. A review of the six Phases of PECS and discussions about participants' current challenges combined with ideas related to materials, teaching strategies, and activities to promote communication will refine participants' PECS implementation skills. With innovative ideas, renewed confidence, and enthusiasm, participants will leave PECS Level 2 ready to move PECS users to more sophisticated levels of communication.

Audiences Speech Therapists, Paraprofessionals, Parents
Prerequisite/Special Notes Must have attended the 2 day Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) Training. ASHA has approved the following course for 1.3 CEU.


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