Goal-Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills (GOAL): Administration, Interpretation and Demonstration Workshops
The only functional assessment for school-aged children
The Goal-Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills (GOAL) is an innovative new evaluation of functional motor abilities needed for daily living in children ages 7 to 17. Each activity is analyzed so that so that assessment results can be linked to specific elements/aspects of the Sensory Integration frame of reference.
The GOAL is useful in schools, clinics, hospitals, and private practice. It is intended primarily for occupational therapists but can be used by psychologists, physical therapists, and other childhood intervention specialists.
This workshop not only provides step-by-step instruction for administration and scoring each item of the GOAL, it is the ONLY way to learn how to use the intervention targets for planning and implementing treatment based on sensory integration priciples.
In just 45-60 minutes, identify children who may have developmental delays in any of the fives domains defined by IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) and inform planning of occupational therapy, physical therapy, and/or adaptive physical education.
Attending or hosting a GOAL workshop
For information on attending or hosting a Goal workshop in your community contact Susanne Geiler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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