Writing Functional Goals

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Would you agree that the most compassionate people we know are therapists and educators? If you have ever been acquainted or friends with one or two therapists or educators, you probably observed that they are naturally helpful!  Compassion is indeed one of their commendable innate qualities. 😊

We just started another school year.  Wow! Can you believe that? Seems like it was only yesterday when we headed to our summer camp!

We know you have planned and prepared to welcome this 2019-2020 SY.   Maybe now you are about to write goals for your students.  We came across this interesting topic from thespeechbubbleslp.com and smartspeechtherapy.com about writing goals.  We then wonder –  do all our therapists have the same dilemmas in writing their goals? Is being helpful hindering them from writing functional goals? Kindly check the link below.

Are your goals helpful or functional?

Do Our Therapy Goals Make Sense or How to Create Functional Language Intervention Targets

We are not affiliated with any of the bloggers, therapists, or organizations mentioned in this article. We share these articles with you to help you with writing functional goals.  Just like you, we want your students to manifest their full potential.  We want you to know that we are all in this together!

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