Looking for a super SIMPLE, super easy social communication (pragmatic) checklist for teachers in order to document adverse academic effect?
This ONE PAGE checklist...
1. Is a perfect tool for helping SLPs write appropriate pragmatic goals in the school setting
2. Takes into consideration the increased complexity of social language demands for students in higher grade levels.
3. Works as a great compliment to the school psychologist's assessments; especially for those students who are going through an evaluation for consideration of an Autism classification.
4. Helps the IEP team to answer one of the three prongs of eligibility... "is there an adverse academic effect".
5. Is easier for teachers and provides examples where needed.