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The Advanced Language Learner

By Rosemarie Griffin

The Advanced Language Learner

Amplify their voice.

Online professional education and group coaching for speech therapists and BCBAs serving autistic students.

Know what to do next.

It’s such a joy to see autistic learners spontaneously communicating. But some kids plateau with only a few words or phrases, and it can be tough to find a way forward.
The Advanced Language Learner gives you a proven, easy-to-follow, and fully customizable framework so your students can take the next steps on their communication journey.

An “advanced language learner”:
● Uses phrases spontaneously for a variety of reasons throughout the day.
● Labels some items and actions on their own.
● Engages in some parallel play with peers.
● Is a Level 2/3 VB MAPP learner.

Learn an engaging combination of innovative speech therapies and ABA principles and —

Make meaningful progress with autistic students.

Access practical how-tos that work.

When you enroll in The Advanced Language Learner, you can expect to receive:

The knowledge & tools you need.

Get guidance that’s both grounded in research and immediately actionable.

The child-centered approach you want.

Know how to apply ABA principles while still honoring autistic students’ individuality.

The community support you crave.

Access an exclusive online community of professionals and parents.

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Here's a free resource–

IEP Goal Bank

Writing IEPs for autistic learners can feel daunting.


From this free download, you'll get real-life examples of specific, measurable goals for expressive language, receptive language, play skills, and imitation.

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