Besides stimulability, key word what are other criterion for selecting treatment targets
emerging of sound and phonetic placement/shaping
How many targets are selected for therapy?
depends on approach you can choose-traditional approach & phonological approach
Besides setting a time, what are the other 2 criteria in deciding when to adjust treatment targets
Flexibility-change target if kid gets tired and percentage work on target until mastery is achieved
name 3 additional Level of linguistic complexity besides Isolation, nonsense syllables, words
phrases,sentences, spontaneous speech
what do goals do?
gives you direction to move on to, allows you to document progress for parents/client/insurance companies to see
Some articulation goals are family concern, personal gut feelings, normative data and name 3 more
Intelligibility, stimulability and developmental charts
Long term goals sample is
mia will be 95% intelligible in conversational speech during 3 consecutive 3 minute language samples.
Short term goals sample is
mia will correctly produce /s/ phoneme in isolation following a clinician model w/95% accuracy
What do we use with daily goals
sandwich approach-easy work at first, hard work in the middle to tax his system-easy to make child want to come back
Besides position of sound and level of complexity some other Articulation goals are:
1. sound that you are working on and Criteria- percentage of accuracy
Describe what is level of complexity within the articulation goals
in isolation, words, syllables, phrases, sentences or conversation.
Progress on each numbered goal must include these 3 elements
Baseline data, therapy approach, post data