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Requesting at the Item Level

Rosemarie Griffin, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCBA

June 9, 2014

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What does it mean to request something at the item level?

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Requesting something at the item level means that the item is present; it is in the individual's environment. If you requesting something at M.O., it means that it is in another room and not within sight.

Rosemarie Griffin, M.A. CCC/SLP, BCBA is a licensed speech language pathologist and has been practicing for ten years. She has a strong background in behavioral management, administration of the ABLLS-R and VB-MAPP assessments, and utilizing verbal behavior to strengthen her client’s communication skills. 


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Rosemarie Griffin, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCBA

Rosemarie Griffin, M.A. CCC/SLP, BCBA is a licensed speech language pathologist and has been practicing for ten years. She completed her Master’s degree at Kent State University. Ms. Griffin also has an education specialist degree in school administration from Cleveland State University. She has completed coursework leading to licensure as a Board Certified Behavioral Analyst. Ms. Griffin has worked as a speech language pathologist for the past 9 years. She worked for 3 years as an SLP at the Cleveland Clinic Center for autism. Following her work at the clinic, Ms. Griffin took the senior speech language pathologist/speech coordinator for the STARS program (Specialized Teaching for students with Autism and Resources Services) with the Geauga County Educational Service Center.  Most recently she was an autism facilitator and support specialist for Leaner Independent School District in Austin, Texas.  Ms. Griffin has a strong background in behavioral management, administration of the ABLLS-R and VB-MAPP assessments, and utilizing verbal behavior to strengthen her client’s communication skills. 


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