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Speech Therapy Review For Students

By Rosemarie Griffin

As the school year draws to a close, it is a good time to review with our students. I like to take time to fill out an end of the year review form with each student who can do so. This information helps me get a better understanding of the student’s thoughts and feelings about therapy.

Can the student define at least one of their therapy goals? Can the student tell me one thing they can do to help maintain progress over the summer?

A year in review sheet is a great way to gauge the student’s favorite and least favorite part of therapy. We cannot always change things that students don’t like, but at least we can have this information and try to make things more positive for all involved.

I hope you enjoy this year in review form! I will be using it with my students soon!! To grab your copy just fill out the form below.

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