This is the final stage of treatment where children with our help begin to transfer changes in their speech to everyday situations. Transfer activities must be carried out in steps od increasing difficulty. For example, You may want to start by taking children in the hallway and having them ask simple questions of students, teachers, or custodial staff. Let's hear from Dr. Gregory about this...
One of the clinician's most important responsibilities is to talk to the child about establishing a hierarchy of speaking situations of increasing difficulty in the school, at home, and elsewhere.
An example could be to role-play a situation in therapy and then when the child's feels sufficient confidence, carry out the speaking task in real life.
Let's watch Doctor Katara and Christy pay a visit to Christy's teacher, which a very good example of a transfer.