Presenter: Gina Gabel Hurst, MS, CCC-SLP
This course will help SLPs to effectively promote speech sound carryover with children ages 3 to 12. Principles of using a child’s daily environment and routines for speech sound carryover is compared to developing a child’s language skills through routines within the natural environment.
This course includes the Carryover Cards for Kids, which is a downloadable resource containing 124 English talk task cards and 116 Spanish talk task cards as well as instructions on how and why to use them.
Offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs – 1 contact hour.
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Course Overview – Run Time: 1:03:26
The content of this online CE course does not focus exclusively on any specific proprietary product or service. Presenter financial and non-financial disclosures may be found in the Presenter & Disclosures area.
Video PowerPoint presentation with author narration & downloadable handout. Learners retain access to course content after completion for ongoing reference and review. Includes 124 English and 116 Spanish Talk Task Cards available via download.
"Practical. Encouraging. Resources included! I loved the reminder that carryover activities should be short and meaningful. I LOVED the reference to Rachel Romeo's study! I refer to that study every day to encourage parent-child interaction." D.E. (Nov. 2023)
"I liked all of the handouts. Learning how to better improve carryover." S.T. (Nov. 2023)
"I liked the included resources: the Carryover Cards and ELL materials. Making homework relevant to meaningful interactions." K.T. (Nov. 2023)
"The Carryover Cards and the research references were helpful. I liked the general topic, which gives another tool for carryover." B.P. (Oct. 2023)
"A clear, to-the-point explanation about effective ways to promote generalization using the cards that are provided with this class. I liked the material provided to be used in my sessions. And the list of other resources that can be found for a bilingual caseload." D.S. (Oct. 2023)
"Very usable concept. I liked the Carryover Cards provided for use as an activity for generalization." D.R. (Oct. 2023)
"I liked the discussion that the cards do not always have to be cards, they can also be activities done at home that facilitate the end product. All children can't read, and all parents won't take the time to do something scripted, but carryover is more likely to occur if you give activities with a certain target process in mind or even in what the parent does routinely. I liked the examples of the cards and the presenter sharing actual examples of cases." T.P. (Oct. 2023)
"Practical ideas for carryover. Easy to listen to course." C.B. (Oct. 2023)
"I liked all of the downloads and materials to incorporate into therapy. The concept of beginning the carryover fairly fast to help with the natural, authentic learning of speech/language was beneficial." D.K. (Sep. 2023)
"It was all very relevant to my everyday practice. I like the Carryover Cards." T.W. (Sep. 2023)
"I liked the references to materials for bilingual students, and the importance of using the natural environment to foster carryover of speech sound productions." L.J. (Sep. 2023)
"The task cards were helpful. I liked the reminders of what is required for generalization. The course was super practical and the case study examples were helpful with planning when there are multiple areas to target for a student." M.E. (Aug. 2023)
"I liked the idea of using the carryover cards with teachers, peers, and relatives. I appreciated the real examples." D.W. (Aug. 2023)
"I liked the apps, cards, and websites for therapy ideas. Learning to target the sound in error and also to provide language opportunities outside the therapy room in pragmatic situations that will help the child carry over the targeted sound in a natural environment." E.V. (Jul. 2023)
"I really liked the carry-over cards that were provided." G.J. (Jul. 2023)
"Very generous of this speaker to provide the carryover cards for us to download and use. Learning ways to incorporate carryover with teachers and families was beneficial." R.L. (Jun. 2023)
"Parental involvement in the carryover process was beneficial. As well as the importance of the talk task cards." B.R. (Jun. 2023)
"I liked the carryover cards and different ideas to generalize skills." K.M. (May 2023)
"I love the carryover cards, which allow children to use them and carryover their sounds in natural environments. Thank you for providing so many sounds. So valuable!!" B.F. (May 2023)
"The carryover cards are great!" C.A. (May 2023)
"I liked the carryover cards and the examples of ways to facilitate carryover into conversation." L.L. (May 2023)
"Different ways to promote generalization. I liked the examples given." C.M. (Apr. 2023)
"Good practical applications. I liked the activity cards!" M.C. (Apr. 2023)
"This course offered me ideas I can use immediately with children on my caseload. Good therapy ideas." S.J. (Mar. 2023)
"The speaker pointed out that just because a child is diagnosed with an articulation problem that it doesn't indicate that is the only area of concern. I definitely concur. Often, more issues are underlying. They just can't be identified yet. I appreciated the cards and additional resources that were provided during the presentation." M.C. (Mar. 2023)
"The topic on language focus to speech sound production was beneficial. I liked the format and ready-made cards." A.S. (Mar. 2023)
"I loved the task cards." J.F. (Mar. 2023)
"I found the examples of how to carry over in different languages to be very beneficial as a bilingual individual. I was able to do course at my own pace." P.G. (Mar. 2023)
"Using the Carryover Cards was beneficial as a means of facilitating authentic, meaningful conversations. I liked the examples of the actual work with the students." A.B. (Feb. 2023)
"I usually look for worksheets to provide for home practice and now I feel validated in creatively incorporating targets into natural activities for practice and how this is just or even more valuable practice." D.B. (Jan. 2023)
"I liked the discussion about incorporating speech sound production carryover into meaningful and naturalistic contexts like we do with language skills." D.B. (Jan. 2023)
"I liked that the student can incorporate these quick and simple trial practices in their daily routine. It also has the child focus on their skills beyond the therapy setting and helps them become accountable." M.L. (Dec. 2022)
"I liked the actual cards. I tell my parents to incorporate practice through their daily activities of living, and this is a good visual to show them exactly how simple it can be." M.L. (Dec. 2022)
"Having quick and easy materials to present to my parents will be so helpful! I liked being able to print out these task cards." A.G. (Dec. 2022)
"I found the idea of using speech cards in therapy really beneficial. I think those are great resources to have to help promote carryover." S.F. (Dec. 2022)
"I liked the cards. And use of language therapeutic principles for artic carryover." M.S. (Dec. 2022)
"The Carryover Cards will be a great addition to my practice. They will be a great way for my students to work on carryover across environments." C.P. (Dec. 2022)
"Practical suggestions for carryover activities. Use of Carryover Cards during ADLs." K.F. (Dec. 2022)
"Usable information. I liked the discussion of carryover being a carefully guided process." C.H. (Dec. 2022)
"I like that presenter is a practicing SLP. And using activities kids like or think is play paired with therapy tasks." J.U. (Dec. 2022)
"The explanation of the task cards was very helpful. And thinking about creative ways to facilitate speech and sound carryover in the home." C.P. (Nov. 2022)
"I loved all of the topics. This program follows the concepts I use in my own programs. It's extremely validating. I liked the incorporation of speech and related language into natural daily activities and opportunities." D.B. (Nov. 2022)
"I liked the examples for carryover." S.F. (Nov. 2022)
"I liked the handouts." A.R. (Oct. 2022)
"The carryover cards will help my students who aren't reading yet but need to work on generalization." C.L. (Oct. 2022)
"I learned new ideas for working on carryover." C.L. (Sept. 2022)
"The importance of using fun and functional activities to send home to parents or carry-over was a good lesson. Also, it is ok to get creative with who you entrust to help the student with carryover if parents are not able/willing to help." K.H. (Aug. 2022)
"I liked that the discussion of various ways to make practice meaningful for the child, to "think out of the box" for ways to generalize. I also liked the fact that I could watch it at my convenience and the cards that can be used with some of my students immediately." C.H. (Aug. 2022)
"The course can be completed within my schedule and framework." R.J. (Aug. 2022)
"Loved learning about the carry over cards! I will download and use them." A.H. (Aug. 2022)
"I like the way the cards are designed." O.S. (July 2022)
"The presenter provided diverse information regarding generalization." K.S. (July 2022)
"The information regarding carryover ideas specific to individual children was helpful. There were lots of great resources for generalization of skills including the carryover cards and websites." A.M. (July 2022)
"I liked that the carryover cards were provided to the participants." H.W. (July 2022)
"I love the carryover cards to share with teachers and parents." L.K. (July 2022)
"Liked the examples/prompts for language expansion." D.P. (June 2022)
"The diversity of ideas to address the situations of individual children was great. I liked the ideas suggested by the Carryover Cards." T.D. (June 2022)
"Receiving the actual Carryover Cards that I can use in therapy! And with examples for how to use them." J.M. (June 2022)
"Easy to follow online and practical. Loved the Cards provided." S.C. (June 2022)
"I liked the practical recommendations for carryover." J.A. (June 2022)
"I liked the research-based evidence." L.W. (June 2022)
"I really liked the idea of and examples of Carryover Cards - providing the student with a simple homework task to practice a speech sound in their environment." M.M. (June 2022)
"Liked the discussion of how to get carryover for students struggling with this phase of therapy. And the specific activities to try with my students working on carryover." A.M. (May 2022)
"Fun and interactive!" L.F. (May 2022)
"Very informative and easy to follow." T.P. (May 2022)
"I found the cases presented at the end helpful in addressing various scenarios that come up. It got me thinking of some ideas I can use in my own practice." M.H. (Apr. 2022)
"It is important to think of more functional and realistic ways for kids to carry over their sounds. I liked how this course used real life examples." M.Y. (Apr. 2022)
"Course information was presented clearly." S.P. (Apr. 2022)
"I really enjoyed learning that generalization is most effectively targeted when in conversation. I have always sent home worksheets for children to do at home to target generalization, but now I am really going to work on figuring out how to have these students practice their sounds in meaningful, interesting conversation. I really liked the evidence that was presented in support of different ways to target generalization. I feel that I learned a lot from this training. I additionally am excited to use the carryover cards!" J.G. (Feb. 2022)
"I enjoyed the practical ideas suggested on the Carryover Cards. The presenter was excellent, clear, organized, and pleasant to listen to and her ideas were great." M.C. (Jan. 2022)
"I like the concept of using her cards or creating my own to elicit carryover. It's so easy to come up with photographs and script. The slides were done so nicely and the presenter's pace was perfect." L.K. (Jan. 2022)
"Liked the thinking outside the box examples with the variety of children towards the end of the course. Providing different ways to use the carryover cards was helpful." M.R. (Dec. 2021)
"I appreciated the ideas for scripting and "knowledge allows for creativity." K.M. (Dec. 2021)
"The discussion of carry over cards was beneficial however since I primarily see younger children I will have limited opportunities to use this technique. I did like the specific carry over activity given as an alternative when this SLP worked with a younger child. Good information on resources for bilingual children." J.T. (Dec. 2021)
"It was very clear on how to achieve carryover with students who are working on speech sounds." C.L. (Dec. 2021)
"Really thinking about the importance of carryover and incorporating school staff and family members will benefit my daily practice." A.B. (Nov. 2021)
"Thinking about generalizing speech more instead of just sending home word lists all the time." A.N. (Oct. 2021)
"I appreciated the carry over cards and the specific examples at the end of the presentation." J.S. (Oct. 2021)
"I enjoyed the session providing concrete examples of ways to elicit carryover for students. I also enjoyed the scenarios from the presenters own experiences with students that were provided near the end of the presentation as these provided clear examples of how to utilize carryover methods. I liked that the course provided carryover cards for speech sounds included with the handouts." S.B. (Oct. 2021)
"The specific treatment plans and ideas for the speaker's caseload were very helpful. She laid out very specific details, information and updated research to outline her key points." K.C. (Sept. 2021)
"I enjoyed all the resources offered and the importance of not rushing a student in their learning process." E.D. (Aug. 2021)
"I liked the practical examples of how she fostered carryover and I am looking forward to using the carryover cards in therapy." K.H. (Aug. 2021)
"I really enjoyed the entire presentation, especially when the presenter shared case studies and gave examples of how she would facilitate carryover for each case. The course was engaging and provided sufficient amount of information in one hour." E.M. (Aug. 2021)
"I liked the idea of the Carryover Cards the speaker created for use in a child's home environment. The course was easy to follow, had some great recommendations, strategies, app suggestions, and ideas from other SLPs. I liked the individual case study examples of how carryover was targeted with each individual student." K.S. (Aug. 2021)
"Interesting review of MRI results supporting the importance of conversational turn taking." A.S. (Aug. 2021)
"I like the downloads for cards." D.J. (Aug. 2021)
"The examples of how she used the cards at the end of the lecture were beneficial for my daily practice. I liked the carryover cards provided as a downloadable link!" M.M. (Jul. 2021)
"The carryover cards and talk task cards will be beneficial for my daily practice. I liked the beautiful handouts and I really liked the idea of using talk task cards!" R.A. (Jul. 2021)
"All of the presentation was excellent. I appreciated the many examples that were given in terms of promoting carryover, especially for those children who have very little, if any support at home to help them with their assignments. I have so many of these students on my caseload. I appreciate the presenter's heart. She was knowledgeable and was willing to share that knowledge to the betterment of SLPs, as well as children on the caseloads of the SLPs. A wonderful course!" K.N. (Jul. 2021)
"I liked learning how easy carryover can be in the classroom and at home with the involvement of teachers and eager parents." L.M. (Jun. 2021)
"I liked learning about how you can use the carry over cards to address additional skills such as pragmatics, language, and fluency. The carry over cards are a great resource to have to address skills at the connected speech level. I thought this course provided a lot of helpful information for developing carryover skills in natural environments. I thought this was a great course." M.B. (Jun. 2021)
"The take home activities were most beneficial. It provided materials for home exercise program." A.M. (Jun. 2021)
"Specific carry over techniques; It is practical and can be incorporated right away." C.K. (Jun. 2021)
"Just the review of how it is to give suggestions as to how parents/caregivers can incorporate corrected speech into daily activities. That is especially important now that most, if not all, of the students in my school district continue to receive speech services online. P.I. (Jun. 2021)
"Liked all of it- especially the carryover cards for kids - I have always wondered how to come up with a carryover program, and these will be wonderful. C.S. (Jun. 2021)
"Helping students to find ways to speak to communication partners in meaningful ways to aid in generalization. It gave me ideas on how to aid my middle school students with carryover. " M.A. (Jun. 2021)
"I really enjoyed the Carry over cards to encourage language and articulation at the same time.....very clever. Also, the science behind the 30 million words study very interesting. I liked that Gina used kids that she worked with, told us the students difficulties in speech, backgrounds and what she did to improve their language. I think she did a great job. She shared her personal experiences, and I really liked that aspect. G.G. (Jun. 2021)
Gina Gabel Hurst, MS, CCC-SLP, a Texas Panhandle native, has over 22 years of experience in the public school setting. She has worked with many children for whom English is a second language and with hearing impaired preschoolers. She has a special love for working with unintelligible children and with children with both speech and reading challenges. Gina presented for the Texas Speech and Hearing Convention of 2017 in Austin, Texas on the topic of speech carryover. She has been a volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House by preparing meals. She loves reading, learning, creating, baking cookies, classical music and jazz, and traveling. She lived and worked in Cartagena, Colombia for one year and has had the privilege of traveling extensively in Latin America. Her pride and joy are her two young adult children, Emilee and Ethan.
Financial — Gina Hurst is a presenter of online CEU courses offered by Northern Speech Services; receives royalty payments.
Nonfinancial — Gina Hurst is a member of the Panhandle Speech and Hearing Association and the Texas Speech and Hearing Association.
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