Examples of Goals:
  • My child would like to build skills to get ready for learning at school
  • My child would like to developing communication skills to better express themselves
  • My child would like developing social skills to make friends
  • My child would like to maintain and improve their health with therapy
  • I want to meet new people so that I can make more friends
  • To improve my family relationships, communication and mobility so that I can be as independent as possible.
  • I would like to have more confidence to try new things
  • I would like to develop my friendships
  • I would like to be able to play safely in my house and in my yard
  • I would like to be able to play sports like my peers
  • I want to be ableto write better so others can read it
  • I want to be able to talk to people and have them understand me
  • I want to be able to be organised so I feel calmer and able to have a good day
  • I want to be able to move from one activity to another without feeling overwhelmed
  • I want to be able to dress myself, tie my own shoes and use cutlery independently
  • My child would like to further develop her gross motor skills.
  • I would like my child to receive therapy around communication
  • My child would like assistance with cognitive learning
  • I would like my children to have therapies that address movement and well-being, such as occupational therapy
  • I would like my child to develop social skills and making friends
  • I would like to continue developing life skills with the view to eventual supported independent living.
  • Develop decision making, planning and independence in everyday life
  • My daughter needs to enhance his vocational skills to develop employment options for the future.
  • My child needs help to improve self-regulation and formulate appropriate responses
  • My child needs assistance in developing reciprocal communication.