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 to all Children Regardless of Home Language

Speech Therapy Goals

SLP IEP Goal Bank

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

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