Cluttering is the lesser-known fluency disorder when compared to stuttering, but it can have a big impact on communication. In this post, we will cover writing cluttering goals following our goal writing formula! Check out the goal bank at the end as well.
Fluency goals are targeted in speech-language therapy when an individual presents with a fluency disorder. Fluency disorders can include stuttering or cluttering. We briefly explain these disorders and how to write goals appropriate for treatment. Goal bank included!
Stuttering is when an individual’s speech is interrupted by various types of disfluencies, including blocks, repetitions, and prolongations. Some individuals who stutter also experience secondary behaviors related to their stuttering.