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Autism Goal Bank

By Rosemarie Griffin
IEP meetings can be such powerful moments to advocate for our students’ needs. IEP goals for students with autism drive individualized instruction, making them beyond important. Helping students with autism reach those goals is such a rewarding experience, but the behind the scenes planning for those IEP meetings is the true challenge! When there are so many communication skills that can be IEP goals, Social skill goals, life skills goals the whole process can become overwhelming! 

Luckily, you don’t have to look any further! You have come to the right place! Can we say freebie? Included are the Autism IEP Goal Bank, Advanced Language Learner Goal Bank, Social Skills Goal Bank, Life Skills Goal Bank. The freebie can easily be downloaded to help you feel prepared for each individual student every time that annual review rolls around! Simply sign up with your email below! Then read on for some more easy to implement ideas to continue working with those speech and language goals!

Collaboration is Key

You don’t have to do this alone! Once you have used the freebies, to identify some of the communication skills for individual students, share the goals with their other teachers! Build your teaching squad and tackle the skills together! Our students absolutely need opportunities throughout the day to work on their communication skills. Receptive and expressive language skills are imperative throughout the day and it is so important that the SLP is not the only one working on them! By sharing specific goals, special education teachers can easily incorporate them into their lessons too! 

Setting IEP goals and objectives for students with autism can be time-consuming and challenging. Remember the FREE IEP Goal Bank for Autism is chock full of functional goals to help your students work on expressive and receptive language skills, play skills and imitation skills. Depending on how verbal your students are, these goals can be considered for preschool and kindergarten-aged children and may even be appropriate for some in middle school.

Even more, share this great freebie with all of the Special education teachers and parents of autistic children you know, so they may feel better prepared as well!

Just enter your email address below and your free Autism Goal Bank will be delivered right to your email! 

Autism IEP Goal Bank, Advanced Language Learner Goal Bank, Social Skills Goal Bank, Life Skills Goal Bank

Sign Up today!

2 Comments

  1. Rajni Davegun

    Thank you for this!

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    • Elizabeth Lopez

      Thank you!!!

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IEP Goal Bank

Writing IEPs for autistic learners can feel daunting.


From this free download, you'll get real-life examples of specific, measurable goals for expressive language, receptive language, play skills, and imitation.

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