A Clear Picture: The Use and Benefits of PECS





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Published on Mar 13, 2013

Join Lori Frost, MS, CCC-SLP, co-developer of the Picture Exchange Communication System® (PECS®) and co-founder of Pyramid Educational Consultants, as she introduces the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). This video includes a synopsis of the six training phases of PECS®, a discussions of the myths and facts associated with PECS® as well as an overview of the research related to PECS®. Please note this video is an overview only and is not intended as a training workshop.

Interested in learning more about PECS®? Attend or host our two day talk, PECS® Level 1 Training: Basic! Go to www.pecs.com or contact us at youtube@pecs.com for more information.

Slide 1- A Clear Picture 0:00
Slide 2- PECS 1:01
Slide 3- How widespread is PECS? 2:06
Slide 4- The Pyramid Approach to Education 3:25
Slide 5- The Base Elements 4:53
Slide 6- The Top Elements 6:32
Slide 7- What is communication? 7:41
Slide 8- Advantages of PECS 9:44
Slide 9- Phase I: How to Communicate 11:02
Slide 10- 11:54
Slide 11- Phase I 13:47
Slide 12- Phase II: Distance and Persistence 18:10
Slide 13- IIIA: Simple Discrimination 19:29
Slide 14- Phase IIIB Conditional Discrimination 20:38
Slide 15- Phase IV: Building Sentences 22:14
Slide 16- Rise and Shine 23:33
Slide 17- Attributes 29:17
Slide 18- Phase V Answering "What do you want?" 30:54
Slide 19- Phase VI Commenting 31:20
Slide 20- PECS and Speech 33:35
Slide 21- Modality Transitioning 36:16
Slide 22- Research-based Benefits of User of PECS 38:11
Slide 23- PECS Myths and Misconceptions 38:59
Slide 24- PECS Myths and Misconceptions 40:18
Slide 25- PECS Myths and Misconceptions 41:15
Slide 26- Comparison of PECS and PRT 42:24
Slide 27- Individual Participant Response Patterns in PRT and PECS 43:49
Slide 28- Pyramid Workshops 45:15
Slide 29- Follow Up Options 46:21
Slide 30- 46:46


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