Your PDF product will be sent to your email address within 48 hours of purchase. This is due to the time taken to set up your product's license.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
After a life changing event, such as a stroke, life can feel shattered. Setting goals can help with finding the way forward, in achievable, positive steps. But setting SMART goals is difficult. This book explores techniques to reflect on goals setting and gives practical advice on writing ones that work for you.
Why do I need a license?
Licenses reduce the risk of unauthorised sharing of documents.
Pirating of digital products jeopardises the sustainability of resources like these.
One argument structures
60 pages of subject - verb structures
"The woman is dancing."
What kind of license do I need?
A Personal License is for single users. This license allows you to print the PDF as many times as you need
An Organisation License is for multiple users within the registered organisation. Each of the organisations users can print the document as many times as they need.
Ten clear, composite pictures for building conversations, covering a range of topics from shopping to outer space.
Composite pictures are great for promoting all types if interactions, non - verbal and verbal.
Each composite picture is followed by sections promoting word finding and sentence building.
Each picture has been photo-shopped to add extra interest and maximise conversation points.
A great therapy tool to add to your resources.
There are about 171,476 words in the English Language. How do we find the exact one we need?
Semantic Feature Analysis
uses theories of word access, organisation and retrieval to enhance word finding skills.
This book contains 100 pictures, including the top 10 most used English nouns.
By asking questions, such as, where would you find it, what is it used for?
Semantic Feature Analysis can help us learn target words AND generalise that learning to non target words.
All products are digital copies of PDF files.
Two argument structures
60+ pages of 3 element sentences
"The man is driving the car."
"The man is driving badly."
"The man is driving down the street"