My Speech Language Report Editable Templates Case Studies MEGA PACK is a collection of 12 LEGALLY BINDING reports I have written with real cases across a variety of S/L domains. I have worked in Low socioeconomic status/ Title 1 schools with English Language Learners for 7 years. This tool is essential for any new SLP or CF in a public school setting or private practice, any SLP Grad student, or for anyone who wishes they had someone to collaborate with on tough cases.
This pack includes 12 real full evaluations and thorough case study reports that are in Word 2013 and fully editable to be used as a template and for reference for your most complicated cases. Each report is 3-5 pages. The ages/grades included are elementary (Prek-3rd ) but can be used up to 5th grade.
The cases I have included describe the influence of Spanish on English language expression and phonology, how to use BICS/CALP in a report, Portfolio style assessments for ELL kiddos, how to describe African American English dialect and differentiate from AAE vs. a language disorder, verbal and non verbal kiddos with autism, how to assess and report voice and tongue thrusting in a public school setting, how to write a “review of records” without having to do a full evaluation, and how to determine when articulation impairments are affecting expressive language skills.
Table of Contents:
Artic Review of Records for Triennial
Artic/ Does Not Quailify for Tongue Thrust
Autism/ Pragmatics: first grade
Autism/ Non Verbal PreK
Language: Does Not Qualify: African American Dialect
Language: ELL/ Native Spanish speaker Does Not Qualify (2 cases)
Language: ELL/ Native Spanish speakers who qualified (2 cases)
Language: English only, Qualified
PreK: Severe Artic deficits affecting expressive language
I have also included full assessment descriptions (provided by my district and copied from each test makers webpage). Test descriptions and real scores are included for the following standardized assessments and informal measures:
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To edit in Word, click the “Enable Editing” button, or click "View" on the top left of the page, then select "Edit document". This will open each report as a Word Doc while keeping the formatting.