The EESA is a unique assessment tool and program planning resource for anyone responsible for teaching early speech skills, regardless of a learner’s age. The EESA focuses on evaluating and developing the ability to echo, or repeat, what is heard.
A behavior analyst and speech pathologist with extensive experience in behavioral interventions for children and adults. Dr. Esch received her Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Western Michigan University under the direction of Dr. Jack Michael and Dr. Jim Carr and her M.A. in Speech Pathology from Michigan State University.
The EESA Guide ebook includes:
The EESA-R Guide is a combination textbook and an echoic skills assessment. Throughout, a behavioral training approach is explained, so users can design fun (reinforcing) and effective speech-language programs for their learners.