Speech Therapy -> Self-regulation -> Emotional Regulation

Emotional Regulation

Allows children to respond to social rules with a range of emotions through initiating, inhibiting, or modulating their behavior in a given situation to ensure social acceptance.

Reference links

  • The Functional External Memory Aid Tool Version 2.0: A How-To Clinical Guide 0
    Author: Alyssa M Lanzi 1 2, Anna K Saylor 1, Robert F Dedrick 3, Michelle S Bourgeois 4, Matthew L Cohen 1 2 5 - This clinical-focus article describes new resources available to help clinicians administer and interpret Version 2.0 of the FEMAT when serving adults with cognitive-communication disorders.

Activity List(s)

Goal Bank

  • Tyler will identify basic emotions with 80% accuracy given moderate clinician support across 3 of 5 sessions. 0
  • Janelle will learn vocabulary and functional sentences to express his state of being and will verbalize the need for use of socially acceptable means to regulate his behavior with moderate cues across 4 consecutive sessions to increase self-regulation and social skills. 3
  • Tyler will identify the current state of emotion and expand on reasoning behind emotion with 80% accuracy given moderate cueing for 3 consecutive sessions. 0
  • Carlton will request an object/activity/basic need (e.g. take a break) given visual supports (e.g. field of 3-4 picture symbols) in 80% of opportunities, adjusting level of support as needed across consecutive therapy sessions as measured by clinician data and observation to increase expressive language skills. 1
  • Mauro will verbalize & demonstrate strategies to facilitate self-regulation when given verbal and visual supports with 80% accuracy across 3 consecutive therapy sessions to demonstrate emotional regulation. 2