If you’re studying for ways to keep your young patients engaged during their therapy sessions, there are a few speech therapy games and prompts that can get your patients out of their shells and back into the swing of things. Here are few speech intervention games that will help your speech-language pathologists engage their patients with a fun, lighthearted way while teaching them necessary communication skills:
Storymatic is an imaginative, narrative writing prompt game designed to help children learn language and communication with humor and originality.
Some speech treatment games feature a puzzle element, which means using deductive reasoning and logical thinking to figure out the correct answer. These games can be fun, even educational. As you instruct your patient to identify and describe objects, you’ll also need to explain why they do and why they shouldn’t do what they do.