Lyra’s 1st IFSP

Posted By on September 30, 2007

This is a new post, but old information. Originally I had posted a complete copy of Lyra’s original IFSP. However, because of privacy concerns, I removed that link. From this point on, rather than posting the complete file, I will just copy and paste the relevant information from the IFSPs. I will be updating a few other similar posts over the next few weeks.

Lyra’s first IFSP -September 2007
Age- 4 1/2 months
Time frame for goals- 6 months

Service Providers:
Teacher of the Visually Impaired (TVI)- 1 visit/week
Occupational Therapist- 1 visit every other week

Goals for Vision Skills
Fixate on a variety of toys and faces
Localize sounds and voices
Follow in all directions
Track in all directions- including computer games
Gaze shift between two toys and faces
Monitor light sensitivity- explore NOIR sunglasses
Scanning her environment- Will visually explore her mid to distant environment and move to an isolated target up to (1) ft away

Goals for Fine Motor Skills
User her vision to purposefully grasp a toy
Play with a toy using both hands at midline (med size toy, bottle, or object)
Hold an item in each hand and bring them together at midline, i.e. banging 2 toys together
Remove 3 hand size objects from a container
Put 3 hand size objects into a container (voluntary release)

Goals for Gross Motor Skills
Maintain position on all 4’s for 1 minute
Crawl forward on all 4’s 5 feet
Sit up with minimal supports

Goals for Social Skills
Waves/responds to bye bye- wave or say “bye-bye”
Babbles with inflection
Imitates familiar gesture

Goals for Self-Help
Drink independently from a sippy cup
Finger feed herself
Eat with utensils

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