December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #103

Giving a visual showing the pack-up routine, student will pack her backpack at the end of the day with no more than 1 verbal prompt, on 4 consecutive days, as measured by teacher observation. Giving a visual showing the pack-up […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #99

During lunch time, student will pick up his food with one or two hands, take an appropriately sized bite, place back on plate, chew completely and swallow without showing signs of distress (such as gagging or spitting out food) on […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #86

Student will practice good personal hygiene by sitting on the toilet independently, pulling up and down his own pants (with assistance over the diaper), and washing and drying his hands, 2 out of 3 times on 6 out of 8 […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #79

DREAM BIG, EXPECT MUCH, NEVER LIMIT PERSON WITH ANGELMAN SYNDROME!!!!!

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #65

Giving a dressing task, student will manipulate 4:4 fasteners on donned clothing (button/snap) with minimal assistance on 4 out of 5 occasions as measured by therapist/teacher records. Given a dressing task, student will unbutton and unsnap 2:4 snap/buttons (i.e. 1 […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #53

Within 1 year, Student will remain on a toileting schedule, sequence and complete washing and drying his hands with 2 or less verbal prompts, using pictures as needed, for 4 out of 5 days as measured by classroom teacher. Within […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #54

Within 1 year, Student will sequence and complete putting his/her shoes and socks on, with pictures and verbal prompts, for 4 out of 5 days, as measured by classroom teacher. Within 4 months, Student will sequence and complete putting his/her […]

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December 9, 2015

IEP Goal: #36

Student wil increase her participation in activities of daily living with more independence from maximum assist to minimal assist in 6 of 10 opportunities in her school day. Student will wave “hello”” and “”goodbye”” with minimal physical prompting as appropriate […]

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