I use one that I write just for myself, to help me keep focused on his goals and what comes next. I have different areas (academic, self help, behavioral, speech etc) and just write goals for what he should be doing next in each area. I then write out how I'm going to go about achieving that goal. I find that very helpful because it keeps me mindful of why I'm doing certain things and helps me to remember to do them An example: Will be able to demonstrate understanding of positional words (on/under/behind/in front/next to/above/below) Activities: using toys can play games to move objects to directed location. Use picture cards to show understanding of words and meanings Items: puppy game, find the egg game, dog house picture cards.
I write the goal, what I'll do to achieve that goal, and then what items I have or will need to do the activities. This helps me remember in the moment what I was thinking when I wrote the goal Aaron is non verbal so all of the activities involve ways for him to show me what he knows since he can't tell me. I'll try and find a link to some check list and resources.
Catherine ~ wife to Ken, mommy to Hannah 19 (sophomore, George Mason), Lauren 15, Aaron 13 (with Down Syndrome), Caleb 8, and Katelyn 5