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Verbal Behavior Starter Kit

    Verbal Behavior Starter Kit

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    Verbal Behavior Starter Kit

    $259.95
    SKU# E02976

    Get all of the required books and tools necessary to get a verbal behavior program started with the Verbal Behavior Start Up Kit.

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    The Verbal Behavior Start Up Set provides all of the basic books and tools required to get a Verbal Behavior Program started for a great deal.

    Teaching Language lets you know the fundamentals of a VB Program. The ABLLS-R assesses critical language and learning skills and provides a baseline for future instruction. Use the tally counters to count your tacts and mands, while teaching expressive and receptive language with the Language Builder and the Verb Cards.

    Verbal Behavior Start Up Set Features:

    • The Revised ABLLS .
    • Language Builder Set, which includes 350 Noun Cards.
    • Verb Photo Action Cards.
    • Teaching Language to Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities.
    • Two hand tally counters to keep track of it all.
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    SKU# E02976

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    • By  James W. Partington, Ph.D.
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    What is the difference between ABLLS and VB-MAPP?
    The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS) is a task analysis that provides you with criterion referenced information regarding your child's current skills and provides a curriculum that serves as the basis to guide your programming.

    The Verbal Behaviour Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VBMAPP) identifies a child's skills as compared to his/her typically developing peers to determine programming. The VB-MAPP has 5 components which assess milestones across developmental level, barriers to your child's learning, the educational setting most effective for your child, task analysis of current skills as well as recommendations for program development.

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