Cognition goals for speech therapy include the areas of attention, memory, problem-solving, executive functions, and using compensatory strategies. Individuals with cognitive-communicative deficits may benefit from speech therapy to address these areas and improve cognitive functioning.
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Self-advocacy skills involve effectively communicating one's needs and desires. Areas include: self-awareness, awareness of needs and support, and communication. This can be incorporated into treatment and transition planning.