etc..all the way to conversation.
It seems to me that once you are in the real world, SLPs may write a hierarchy for articutlations objective (in isolation to conversation), but with language objectives, I don't think there is a written treatment sequence/heirarchy (or as methodical compared to artic goals).
Why is that? or is my conclusion wrong? Am I just complicating things? Do SLPs just need to be aware to make sure that the therapy progress in that direction from simple to complex? or make sure that the activity for the child is at the right degree of difficulty/complexity ?
If I am making it too complicated, what suggestions can you give me to keep things simple.
I will be in school placement soon, and I know that the objectives will be on an IEP and the format will be different from what I am used to at the school clinic. I just need to know what to expect when it comes to treatment planning. Should I write a treatment sequence/heirarchy for my client's language or is it too cumbersome since I am dealing with more than one client.