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!
Pragmatic language goals (written well) are essential for targeting social skills in speech therapy. We've dedicated this post exclusively to writing pragmatic language goals, following our Communication Community Goal Writing Formula! Goal bank included at the end too!
Speech therapy goals are incredibly important! They are what we (as SLPs) write as a way to outline who, what, when, and how we will target speech-language objectives with our clients. We shared our step-by-step goal development framework - helpful for both clinicians and caregivers!