DescriptionDigital version for up to 8 users $30.00 One of my long time interests is communication repair, which resulted in the development of the SCRIPT, Student Communication Repair Inventory & Practical Training. After writing it I longed for materials that would allow users of the SCRIPT to easily work on Step 4, during which the student is provided with a story to repeat or other age-appropriate materials while the teacher/clinician mumbled, mispronounced words, added noise, turned her back, etc. Hear It, Fix It is a simple but very flexible set of materials that makes it easy to ask students to follow simple to very complex directions. Inexpensively priced, it is a wonderful companion to the SCRIPT, or by itself! Karen Anderson, Director
Hear It, Fix ItHIFI is a unique, versatile game. It can be used to address: 1) Aural Rehab ( following simple to complex directions ) 2) Articulation/ Expressive Language 3) Development of Communication Repair Strategies. There are 2 sides to the board. One side has only colors. The other side features colors as well as 4 categories: Animals, Fruits, Hearing Aids, and Clothing. The game cards included are common shapes, minimal pairs and location cues cards. There are squares with the same color to provide you the opportunity to provide more complex auditory directions. (e.g., Put the circle on the blue square that is on the right side of the board.)
Digital version for up to 8 users $30.00Note: In purchasing the downloadable version of this game you are agreeing to abide by the terms of a limited use license, meaning it is only for use by you with your caseload. It is not legal to share downloaded files for others to use. Interested in ways to assess communication repair and develop strategies? See SCRIPT – Student Communication Repair & Practical Training
- Chose which side of the board to use; one with all colors or one with colors and pictures.
- Choose shape or minimal pair cards. Place cards in front of the student. The number selected should be appropriate to the student’s age or ability level.
- Keep the stack of location cue cards in front of you.