Speech Therapy -> Self-regulation -> Cognitive Regulation

Cognitive Regulation

Allows children to use cognitive (mental) processes necessary for problem solving and related abilities in order to demonstrate attention and persistence to tasks.


  • Mental Health Awareness preview

    Mental Health Awareness

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Mental Health Awareness. Kindness. All about me. Emotions. Express Needs. Occupational Therapy Resource. Language Resource. OT. SLP. Classroom Resource. Teenagers. Teens.

  • Time Management Chart preview

    Time Management Chart

    Sara Lowczyk

    This is a time management chart to send home with parents to aid in creating a homework schedule. This was created while I worked at The Autism Program, see below for website and details.

  • Animal Token Reward Sysem preview

    Animal Token Reward Sysem

    Jessica Lenden-Holt

    Token Reward System using animals. "I am working for" visual 4 sample photos of possible motivators

  • Dawn Zeis Moore's Homemade Game preview

    Dawn Zeis Moore's Homemade Game

    Dawn Zeis Moore, CCC-SLP

    From Dawn via the Speech-Language Pathologist Lounge (SLPs and SLPAs) group on Facebook,"My clinical supervisor during grad school showed me this game when I was doing my clinical practicum. It's e...

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  • Kiki's Mood Match preview

    Kiki's Mood Match

    Bethany Ayer

    Emotional Regulation Resource. Mindfulness Resource. This is a two page document that uses concepts from the Zones of Regulation to identify emotions within yourself and others. This could also dou...

  • Help Kiki Color the Mandala preview

    Help Kiki Color the Mandala

    Kimberly Luster, COTA

    There are 8 pictures of mandalas to color and 1 sample page. Coloring can be helpful to reduce stress, improve attention to task, calmness, problem solving, fine motor skills, pre-writing skills, l...

Goal Bank

  • Janelle will learn vocabulary and functional phonemes to express his state of being and will verbalize the need for use of socially acceptable means to regulate his behavior with moderate cues and 90% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions to increase self-regulation and social skills.
  • Carlton will request an object/activity/basic need (e.g. take a break) given visual supports (e.g. field of 4-4 picture symbols) in 90% of opportunities, adjusting level of support as needed across consecutive therapy sessions as measured by clinician data and observation to increase expressive 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.

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