Therapy Plan/Log

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Temple University Speech-Language-Hearing Center
Therapy Plan/Log

Client: KM Date & Time: November 17, 2015, 11:00-12:20
Session # (from beginning of Tx): 28 Clinician: Amanda Martin, B.A.
Session # (under present clinician): 2 Supervisor: Kim Sabourin, M.A., CCC-SLP
Type of Case: Language/Phonology/Articulation

Goals & Rationales Procedures & Materials Results - Data
1. KM will improve reading fluency by demonstrating improved decoding skills and automatic recognition of high frequency words through sentence level. a. Given a series of 10 high frequency words (and, said, for) in isolation, the client will correctly read the words in 8 out of 10 trials. b. The client will identify and read target words within a book with minimal
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Research shows that traditional, motor-based intervention leads to improvements in production accuracy and withstanding motor learning and planning skills in children with CAS. Reference: Edeal, D. M., & Gildersleeve-Neumann, C. E. (2011). The importance of production frequency in therapy for childhood apraxia of speech. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 20(2), 95-110. 2a and 2b. KM and the clinician will play Chutes and Ladders©. Both KM and the clinician will take turns spinning the number wheel, determining how many spaces on the board they will move. Before moving their pieces on the board, KM or the client will draw 3 cards from a pile, each containing one printed word (some with a corresponding picture).
- Word includes either an /s/, an /ʃ/, or an /f/ sound in initial or final
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M., & Gildersleeve-Neumann, C. E. (2011). The importance of production frequency in therapy for childhood apraxia of speech. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 20(2), 95-110.
McArthur, G., Kohnen, S., Jones, K., Eve, P., Banales, E., Larsen, L., & Castles, A. (2015). Replicability of sight word training and phonics training in poor readers: a randomised controlled trial. PeerJ, 3, e922.
Consulted:
Levy, B. A., Abello, B., & Lysynchuk, L. (1997). Transfer from word training to reading in context: Gains in reading fluency and comprehension. Learning Disability Quarterly, 20(3), 173-188.
Rvachew, S., Nowak, M., & Cloutier, G. (2004). Effect of phonemic perception training on the speech production and phonological awareness skills of children with expressive phonological delay. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 13(3), 250-263.

SOAP Note

S: KM appeared to be in a relatively happy and cooperative mood today. During the Chutes and Ladders© activity, KM displayed difficulty attending to the task at hand and listening to directions. She was distracted by wanting to win, moving her piece up the ladders, and off-task talking. Although the game was implemented due to its intrinsically reinforcing nature, it deemed too distracting and hindered production of target
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