SLPs, looking for a way to make your IEP present level writing faster and more efficient? Do you struggle knowing with what to include or organizing the therapy data and information you have collected?
This set of completely editable templates and examples is what you're looking for!
The "read first" PDF includes:
- IEP writing tips & directions for use
- example strengths
- example IEP functional performance templates (one page for each area) for articulation, phonology, language (upper level), language (lower level), and fluency/stuttering (samples featuring fictional students)
- templates for the same functional performance areas (one page for each area) - information to be changed is in red text to easily spot and edit
The editable Powerpoint file includes:
- completely editable functional performance templates for articulation, phonology, language (upper level), language (lower level), and fluency/stuttering (one page for each area)
Bonus files include a present levels checklist, sample articulation progress monitoring tool, and sample language progress monitoring tool.
The templates are general and designed for preschool and elementary speech-language pathologists with students receiving speech-language therapy in one or more of the listed areas. They are designed to be easily customizable and provide a time-saving starting point for the busy school based SLP.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a zip file of one PowerPoint file and five PDF files. PowerPoint is required to access the editable file.
All rights reserved by the author, Natalie Snyders, SLP. Please note this is for one user only - multiple user licenses available at a discount.