The Lidcombe Program Treatment Guide contains details of two comprehensive reports about parent experiences of the Lidcombe Program. These are well worth reading.
Category Archives: Non-English Speaking Families
Can a child be treated with the Lidcombe Program when the parents do not speak the same language as the speech-language pathologist?
Yes it is possible to successfully treat a child with the Lidcombe Program when the parents and the speech-language pathologist do not speak the same language. Interpreters can be used effectively to help communicate with the family. However, this situation does present a clinical challenge for the speech-language pathologist.