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Pragmatic Goals for Teenagers
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I typically complete several speech evaluations a week. It looks something like this: I look over the intake forms, grazing over the background information and medical data, until I see "parent concerns". This is one of the most important bits of information because the parents understand their child's strength and weaknesses better than anyone else. Last week, I noticed a 16 year old boy on my schedule for a speech evaluation. I looked over all the essentials and came to the crucial part of the intake paperwork..."What are your concerns for your child?" The parent had answered "nothing". Which made...