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Final Consonant Deletion

The final consonant sound in a word is deleted. For instance the words sheep, duck and carrot may be produced as shee..., du... and carro... When a child has final consonant deletion he or she tends to delete just about all final consonants.

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Goal Bank

  • Tobias will correctly produce /k/ in all positions of words imitatively, then spontaneous words, syllables and syllables with 80% accuracy as measured by data collection, informal speech screenings, and observations to demonstrate articulation skills over 5 therapy sessions.
  • Raymundo will spontaneously produce /l/ in all positions of words in words with 90% accuracy over 3 consecutive sessions to improve overall speech intelligibility.
  • Rolf will produce the following phonemes /g, k, d, y, sh, ch, l, r, j, th, v, s, z/ in all positions of the word in imitative, then spontaneous syllables, words, and phrases, sentence, and conversation when ready with 80% accuracy over 3 consecutive sessions to improve overall speech intelligibility.
  • Fermina will imitate age appropriate bilabial sounds (p,b,m) and age-appropriate consonants (n, w, h, t, k, f, g) in consonant+ vowel, vowel+consonant, consonant+vowel+consonant, and consonant+vowel+consonant+vowel combinations with 80% accuracy across 5 consecutive sessions to improve speech intelligibility.
  • Given visual and verbal stimuli, Jill will correctly produce VC/CV words first in imitation then spontaneously in syllables and words with 90% accuracy across 3 therapy sessions to improve speech intelligibility.
  • Marline will correctly imitate, then spontaneously produce the /r/ phoneme (including s-blends) in all word positions in words, phrases, sentences, and finally conversation with 80% accuracy over 3 consecutive sessions in order to improve intelligibility.
  • Rick will produce /p/ in all positions spontaneously in words, phrases and sentences with 90% accuracy across 3 therapy sessions to increase intelligibility.

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