These products are designed for students who struggle with social pragmatic skills. These products are ideal for social skills groups and camps, but can be used for individual student therapy or instruction. These products are suited best for students with mild autism, ADHD, executive functioning difficulties, or other social language deficits.
Once you've gathered the information relating to a child's social skills and social awareness with the questionnaire, use that information to set goals and work to improve their social skills through structured and unstructured social environments. After a few months or after completion of your class, use the Pragmatic Language Progress Report to communicate progress and current levels of functioning to parents in a way that is detailed and specific.
See below for description for Pragmatic Language Questionnaire:
Recent UPDATES AND ADDITIONS! An entire "Tips for Completion" section was added to help you more accurately and effectively complete this checklist. This checklist was designed for teachers and parents to complete as well as speech pathologists and special educators. Parents and teachers may not be too familiar with the language of social pragmatics, so the "Tips for Completion" section was added to provide assistance and ideas to help you quickly and easily assess the student's social skills.
Previous revisions: changed language from language geared toward parent to now being more general so teachers and parents can use to informally evaluate their social skills, added more questions relating to social awareness and perspective taking, added more questions under all sections, & added additional questions for written response.
This questionnaire is great to use with parents and other teachers to gather valuable information about the child's social skills. Add this informal assessment information in your language evaluations, use to plan and develop your therapy and activities, or use to evaluate progress made.