Why re-invent the wheel?

Many speech therapy goals we write are of a similar nature and are needed again and again. This goal bank aims to facilitate the process of goal writing and selection.

  1. Click on a speech therapy goal area below.
  2. Highlight the English or Spanish Speech Therapy Goals
  3. Choose a goal and cut and paste it into your report.
  4. Add an ending to make it measurable.  Such as: – in X of the opportunities with minimal/moderate/maximal cues. – en X de las oportunidades con ayuda mínima/mediana/máxima.

Also see: Speech Therapy Goals that Apply Regardless of Home Language

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You can find additional information from ASHA on USING THE CURRICULUM TO FORMULATE IEP GOALS and WRITING MEASURABLE GOALS.

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