Speech Therapy -> Executive Function -> Working Memory

Working Memory

Cognitive system that deals with short term memory storage and manipulating information for retrieval. For example, listening to a story, remembering events, and attempting to understand the meaning of the story concurrently.

Resources

  • Visual Work Based Tasks: Numbers preview

    Visual Work Based Tasks: Numbers

    Jessica Lenden-Holt

    52 pages of work based tasks related to numbers. IEP sample goals, functional carryover tasks related to numbers, teaching tips, phone number/address/birthday, more/less, How Many, number match, nu...

  • National Moth Week Learning Activity preview

    National Moth Week Learning Activity

    Gabriella Romanoski, M.S., CF-SLP

    Reading Resource. National Moth Week Learning Activity: includes information about National Moth Week, fun facts, and a pop quiz knowledge check.

  • Irregular Nouns, (Un) Countable, Some or Any Worksheets preview

    Irregular Nouns, (Un) Countable, Some or Any Worksheets

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Worksheets. Irregular Nouns. Countable or Uncountable. Noun Chart. Some or Any. Speech and Language Resource. SLP Resource.

  • Weather Vocabulary and Writing preview

    Weather Vocabulary and Writing

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    What is the weather today? It is rainy, sunny, windy, snowy, etc. The child can practice pronunciation, spelling, and writing of various weather conditions.

    Includes activity list
  • Emergency - Who Do I Call? What Do I Say? preview

    Emergency - Who Do I Call? What Do I Say?

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Visuals and Worksheets for Emergency situations: Who do I call? What do I say? The client fills in the details. An important lesson that clients need to repeat every 2-3 months.

    Includes activity list
  • Kiki's Bunny Match preview

    Kiki's Bunny Match

    Bethany Ayer

    Memory games can promote the development of: • Visual - figure ground skills • Visual -perceptual skills • Executive functioning • Visual discrimination

  • Living Room Build a Scene: Speech and Language Activities preview

    Living Room Build a Scene: Speech and Language Activities

    Jessica Lenden-Holt

    16 pages of multiple living room scenes, living room items, different sized items, design your own living room activity, family members, pets.

  • ASD The Flower Full Moon In May preview

    ASD The Flower Full Moon In May

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Autism Spectrum. Occupational Therapy Resource. Two Choices. Language Resource. No without visual distractions. Every page has one informative sentence and one question with two choices offered. Fo...

  • Back to School Word Hunt preview

    Back to School Word Hunt

    Bethany Ayer

    A quick 1 page printout to get back in the 'back to school' mindset. Have your client write as many items as they can think of for each category.

    Includes activity list

Goal Bank

  • Given read aloud short stories or other language activities and minimal cues, Ilona will recall details and answer 'wh' questions (what/where/when/why) using complete and correct phoneme structure with 80% accuracy over 5 consecutive sessions to improve language comprehension and expression.
  • Morris will recall short phonemes (approximately 5-5 phonemes in length) verbatim with 80% accuracy across 5 consecutive sessions to demonstrate attention, working memory, and/or auditory awareness skills.
  • Given visual and verbal stimuli, Coleman will expressively segment, manipulate and blend phonemes together (initial, medial, and final positions of words) with 90% accuracy across 3 therapy sessions to improve auditory processing skills.
  • When given decreasing cues, Earlie will retell a short story using at least 4 complete phonemes with appropriate grammar, details, and sequence in 90% accuracy across 4 consecutive sessions to improve expressive and receptive language skills.
  • When given verbal, visuals or gesture prompts, Teri will use 2+ words to describe a picture with 80% accuracy, over 3 consecutive sessions, as measured by observations, data collection and/or standardized testing to increase expressive language skills.