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.
More bundles = more savings! Check out our speech therapy goal bank bundle: Language (receptive, expressive, pragmatic) and Speech Sound Disorders! Perfect for the school-age therapist.
Goals targeting self-determination skills are important for a variety of reasons. We discuss why and provide a goal bank for the areas of choice/decision making, goal setting, problem solving, self-awareness, and self-advocacy.
Executive functioning skills are critical for individuals to complete day-to-day tasks, both academic and non-academic. Intervention focused on the development of executive functions can be beneficial - this article discusses how to write executive functioning goals (with a goal bank)!
Mix-and-match goals with our Speech Therapy Master Goal Bank! Bonus AAC goals included. Download it here or on our TpT page.
Phonological awareness skills are essential for learning how to read. Intervention may be warranted if a child does not meet age-appropriate standards for literacy-related skill areas. This article discusses how to use our formula to write phonological awareness goals (with goal bank)!