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Deep Screening Probes: r, s, l, th, f, sh and ch, k and g (e-book)

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After doing an artic test, do you ever wish you had additional info on the misarticulated sounds?  Or, maybe the child is getting the sound and you'd like to know which context he or she should practice?

The Deep Screening Probes—a simple, quick, verbal-only administration—gives you extensive, speech production data.

The Deep Screening Probes:

  • Detail contextual productions for each target sound.
  • Provide a speech-sound production baseline.
  • Let you know which sounds are stimulable and which ones aren’t.
  • Indicate where to begin therapy and how to move across contexts as you advance into carryover.

As your speech-kids progress, you’ll have an excellent way to document their improvement.  Honestly, once you use them you’ll wonder how you got along without them!

Contains seven complete Deep Screening Probes with instructions, by Char Boshart, M.A., CCC-SLP


Price:  $9.95

This is an immediate-use e-book that can be downloaded, printed, and used in your therapy tomorrow.  A BEST SELLER! 


Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Carey Eaton

Deep Screening Probes: r, s, l, th, f, sh and ch, k and g (e-book)

Chris Oyer
Deep Screening Probes: r, s, l, th, f, sh and ch, k and g

Have it all set up in it's folder! Used the /sh/ last week and it was exactly what I was looking for. I am an avid user and believer in the old McDonald Deep Test and this is right up my alley!!!!

Donna Wirt
Great Resource

Deep Screening Probes: Love using them as one tool to help determine speech sound production goals for my speech therapy caseload.

Great resource

This has been a valuable resource for progress monitoring and getting a more in depth look at how target sounds are impacting my students' speech/intelligibility.

Gina White
Great tools!!

Easy to use and gives good info to help target areas of need.

Thank you, Gina. So glad they are helpful!