What is PROMPT technique for speech elicitation?

The PROMPT technique uses manual touch cues to a patient’s face (jaw, tongue, lips) to guide them through saying a word, phrase, or sentence. The clinician maps out these sounds to help the child with patterns of movement that he/she has difficulty with for speech production.

The PROMPT technique works with the following: Phonological disorders, Apraxia of Speech, Developmental Delays, Dysarthria, Hearing Impairments, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Fluency Disorders that are developmental or acquired.

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