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The Picture Exchange Communication System. Developed by Andy Bondy, Ph.D. And Lori Frost, M.S.,CCC/SLP. Presented by-Kathy Holeman. Introduction. Child Characteristics - Behavior excesses throwing, self-injury,running away - Skill deficits speech, gestures,eye contact.

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the picture exchange communication system

The Picture Exchange Communication System

Developed by Andy Bondy, Ph.D.

And Lori Frost, M.S.,CCC/SLP

introduction
Introduction
  • Child Characteristics
  • - Behavior excesses
  • throwing, self-injury,running away
  • - Skill deficits
  • speech, gestures,eye contact
the pyramid approach to education
The Pyramid Approach to Education

Purpose

The Base

The Top

phase i how to communicate
Phase I-How to Communicate
  • Goal: Approach people to initiate communication
phase i how to communicate7
Phase I- How to Communicate
  • Plan to teach with a variety of reinforcers
  • One picture at a time
  • 2-Person prompting strategy
  • Physical prompter says NOTHING
  • Prompter only assists student with movement
  • Pick-up, Reach, Release Picture
phase i how to communicate8
Phase I – How to Communicate
  • First reinforcer is free
  • Open hand from communicative partner
  • Symbol modifications
phase ii distance and persistence
Phase II- Distance and Persistence

Goal: Go get picture, find the listener, take picture to listener

phase iii discrimination
Phase III-Discrimination
  • Goal: Choose from among many symbols in their communication book
  • Preferred vs. non-preferred
  • Colors vs. black & white
  • Physically rearrange pictures
phase iv sentence structure
Phase IV- Sentence Structure
  • Goal: use simple sentence to request spontaneously
important note
IMPORTANT NOTE:
  • NEVER DEMAND SPEECH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If the child speaks words give them an extra reward

If the child goes back to non verbal response, just give the item

phase v answering what do you want
Phase V- Answering “What do you want?”

Plan to teach a variety of forms of requesting

structured and unstructured

phase vi commenting
Phase VI- Commenting
  • Goal: Student should be able to communicate with anyone, anywhere
attributes
Attributes

Goal: teach 3-picture sentence construction

do not take away skills
DO NOT TAKE AWAY SKILLS
  • Never take away pictures