Video Tutorial: Nonverbal Fluency Instruction - The Autism Helper

Video Tutorial: Nonverbal Fluency Instruction

I have gotten loads of emails and requests about how to run a fluency training program for students who are nonverbal. If your caseload is anything like mine, you have a little bit of everything. I have students who are both verbal and nonverbal and we use fluency instruction with all of my students to make skills more functional. Fluency instruction can be done easily for students who are nonverbal and can be done for a WIDE range of skill. Check out my new video tutorial.


Hope that was helpful! I prepped a bunch more videos so be on the lookout for more ways to integrate fluency instruction for all of your learners!

Sasha Long
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12 Comments

  1. So helpful! I will show my paras also! Thanks for sharing!!!

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  2. So awesome thank you SOOOO much! Keep the nonverbal ideas coming. Love your site. 🙂

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  3. Very helpful! Thanks Sasha!

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  4. Can you give an example of a goal or objective that you have using fluency?

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  5. Happy you found it helpful! 🙂

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  6. Thanks, Gina!

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  7. Glad it was helpful!

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  8. This is a great resource. I also have a range of students who are verbal and nonverbal. I teach ASD students grades k-3. We have the S

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  9. Thanks for reading!

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  10. Hello Sasha , I was just watching your video on running fluency program . In terms of running it for personal information for non verbal students how can we run that Thanks

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  11. Hello Sasha, How to run fluency program for. On verbal students on personal information . Any advice
    Thanks

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  12. Hi Vidya, You could work on identifying each component (i.e. name) by putting out several cards and having your son point to his name. Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBkumuPbpcY. Hope this helps!

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