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Clinician: Amanda Slavinski

Date: 12/1/2014

Client: XX

Long Term Goal:
The client will improve expressive language skills to increase communicative abilities within her
daily environment.
Short Term Goal:
1. The client will improve turn-taking skills while actively engaging with another person
with minimum cues and 75% accuracy.
2. The client will identify colors with minimum cues and 100% accuracy.
3. The client will correctly request an object with minimum cues and 100% accuracy.
4. The client will correctly use prepositions when requesting an object with minimum cues
and 100% accuracy.
5. The client will count from one to four in structured play with minimum cues and 100%
accuracy.
Materials:





Jack in the box
Markers
Paper
Stars with a boat
Pop-up toy
Bubbles

Procedure:
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The clinician will have all the materials in a bag and out of the client’s sight.
The clinician will review the client’s progress with her mother.
The client will request to have the jack in the box “down” on the table.
The client will point to the correct marker color then draw an animal with the clinician
providing hand over hand guidance.
5. The client will request for the stars to come “down” and also label the correct colors of
the stars.
6. The client will count with the clinician using the pop-up toy.
7. The session will end with the client requesting for the bubbles to be blown upward.

S: The client was focused and well behaved for the entire session. She followed the clinician’s
instructions and was attentive to all the verbal productions.
O:
1. The client improved turn-taking skills while actively engaging with another person with
minimum cues and 75% accuracy.
Current data: without cues – 2/6 = 33%
Previous data: N/A
2. The client identified colors with minimum cues and 100% accuracy.
Current data: without cues – 9/9 = 100%
Previous data: N/A
3. The client correctly requested an object with minimum cues and 100% accuracy.
Current data: without cues – 19/19 = 100%
Previous data: N/A
4. The client correctly used prepositions when requesting an object with minimum cues and
100% accuracy.
Current data: with cues – 13/13 = 100%
Previous data: N/A
without cues – 10/13 = 77%
5. The client counted from one to four in structured play with minimum cues and 100%
accuracy.
Current data: without cues – 2/2 = 100%
Previous data: N/A
A: The client is working towards her short term goals and the goals remain appropriate. The
client is still having trouble with her turn-taking skills. The client has only reached 33% in turntaking skills, so goal one will remain the same until 75% accuracy is met. The client has reached
100% accuracy for identifying colors, so this goal will change from minimum cues to the client
performing this goal independently. The client has also reached 100% accuracy when requesting
an object. This goal will change from minimum cueing to the client requesting an object
independently. The client has not reached 100% while using prepositions to request an object.
The client and clinician will continue to work on this goal until 100% is reached. The client
counted in structured play with 100% accuracy, so the goal will be changed from minimum cues
to independently.
P: Next session, the clinician and client will then continue to work on all of the STG and the
LTG. The clinician will decrease cueing when appropriate. The client is improving, so the
clinician and client will continue to move forward with her goals during therapy.