Following directions is a common receptive language skill in speech therapy. It is seen in standardized tests, curriculum standards, and speech therapy goals. Read more about how to write following directions goals in order to target critical skills effectively.
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Apraxia goals for speech therapy include motor planning, self-monitoring, and using AAC systems. Adults and children with apraxia of speech may benefit from speech therapy to address their motor speech skills and improve their intelligibility.
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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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