This awesome packet contains my Session Data form, Session Summary for parents, and Easy Articulation Home Practice! They are all in one Word file so that you are able to customize each document for your own needs!
PLEASE NOTE: THIS FILE WAS CREATED ON A MAC SO THE FORMATTING MIGHT NEED TO BE ADJUSTED ON A PC.
Session Summary: This is the form I leave in my student's folder to share what we have worked on during our session with their family. I generally make double sided copies so that I can get 8 weeks to a sheet. It is very simple and indicates what general skills we worked on (articulation, following directions, social skills, language, fluency) with a small space for a description. I have a comment section for both SLP and parents that way I can write down percentages or a quick note and they can jot a quick question. I also added a line to indicate whether or not home practice has been assigned, that way there is no question about it! I have found this form to be the perfect balance between giving parents some info about the session and not needing to spend oodles of time writing notes. I try to explain to parents at our initial IEP meetings that I can either spend time writing a novel about the session or actually having a session (and I prefer the later).
Session Data: This is my Data collection sheet for Speech Therapy! It has worked pretty well for me over the past few years, hopefully it will work for you! It allows for 10 sessions on each side and has room to note if homework was assigned, why a session was missed and other comments!
Easy Articulation Home Practice: This is the form I use for my articulation kiddos for home practice. It's quick and easy and I have found families are way more willing to do this than really involved worksheets or boring drill! For new families, I print the short letter onto the back of the practice paper. Once they know the drill, I print 2 practice sheets back to back to save paper! There are slightly different activities on each practice sheet just to spice up practice a bit! I have also added a 'word of the week' spot so you and the students can pick a high frequency word that is important to them to practice!