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Joanna L. Stith, PhD, CCC-SLP, LSLS Cert. AVT
Stages of LSL Therapy
After accessing the ability to hear speech, either through hearing aids or a cochlear implant, the child is assisted in developing auditory, language, and speech skills in a near normal manner.
The Child then learns to develop receptive language, allowing the child to understand spoken language.
Once the child has a strong auditory and receptive language base, expressive or spoken language will spontaneously follow.
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