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!
Expressive language goals focus on an individual’s use of language. This post will explain how to write goals to address expressive language in intervention using the Communication Community Goal Writing Formula!
Articulation goals with goal bank included in this post! Part of our larger goal bank series. We discuss our Communication Community Goal Writing Formula and how you can use this to write quick and easy artic goals for therapy.
What a child plays with, how they play, and who they play with change and develop as their development progresses. Play skills are important, as are quality play skills goals.
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) goals for speech therapy can initially appear overwhelming, but they aren’t so bad! In this post, we will expand our goal writing series to give you an overview of how to use our formula to effectively write AAC goals for your client.
Receptive language goals target one’s understanding of language. It is the language that we interpret and comprehend. This post will provide tips and tricks on how to write goals to address receptive language in therapy, using the Communication Community Goal Writing Formula!