IFSP Goals Updated

Posted By on September 28, 2008

Lyra’s early intervention team recently completed her yearly re-evaluation. Lyra is 2 years and 4 months old.  Her goals are updated at least once every 6 months.  Here are her current goals for vision, cognitive skills, gross motor, and fine motor.  Her speech and language goals can be seen in a previous post, HERE.

GOALS FOR VISION AND COGNITIVE SKILLS
Will recognize when book is upside down and correct it
Will match object to picture
Will sort, match, identify colors (red, green, yellow, blue)
Will identify parts of book (cover, pages, text, pictures, top, bottom)
Will sort, match, identify colors and other concepts including size and shape
Will follow directions and identify objects using spatial concepts (above, below, in front, behind, on top, under/over)
Will identify body parts and ‘function’ of body parts both receptively and expressively
Will recognize and identify common environmental sounds (at home, outside, at church) and their direction (in front, behind, left, right, above)

Strategies/activities to work toward this outcome:
ITS will provide play ideas/techniques to encourage Lyra to use her vision during play and everyday activities
ITS and family will practice these strategies during play and everyday routines
ITS will recommend various types of toys or materials that will encourage skill acquisition
ITS and family will remind Lyra to look at what she is doing. Use phrases like ‘watch your work Lyra’, “Use your eyes to help you ____” (find the toy, match the shape, make it work, etc)

Assessments used: HELP, parent/team report, Oregon Skills Inventory

GOALS FOR GROSS AND FINE MOTOR
Imitate intersecting lines during drawing activities
Kick and throw a ball towards a target
Catch a big ball
Snip paper independently
String 5 large beads
Manipulate fasteners and a variety of mechanical closures

Strategies/activities to work toward this outcome:
ITS team will provide play ideas/techniques to assist Lyra in advancing her fine and gross motor skills
ITS and family will practice these strategies during play and everyday routines
ITS team will work with family to make any adaptations, if needed, in order for Lyra to be able to complete tasks.

Assessments used: HELP, parent report


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