Data Collection Sheets for Speech Therapy

This is a data collection sheet for speech therapy. It allows therapists to collect information about their patients’ progress in language, fluency, and articulation skills. The template includes fields for the student’s name, the therapist’s name, and a column for each day of the week. Therapists can use this template to fill out daily notes on the student’s performance in their session.

These data collection sheets have been provided to you by a Speech and Language Pathologist, who is working with your child on speech and language goals. Collecting data on your child’s progress in a systematic way helps us all to understand how your child is performing and what kinds of activities help them the most.

Please watch for opportunities to practice these sounds or words as your child is playing, or during other daily activities (e.g., eating, taking turns). If you need help figuring out how to work on these sounds with your child, please ask.

The following data collection sheets may be used to collect articulation, word level, phrase level and sentence level data. The sheets are designed to be used with a clipboard and are meant to be easily transported from session to session.

The first page of the file contains a data collection sheet for articulation data. It has space for conducting warm ups, eliciting words and phrases, and eliciting sentences.

The second page of the file is a blank data collection sheet that can be used with any type of target. There are also 5 additional pages with pre-made sheets for /s/ blends in initial position, /s/ blends in medial position, /s/ blends in final position, velars in initial position, velars in all positions.

The following sheets can be used to collect data on a variety of skills. The last sheet is an example data collection sheet for an articulation target. The sheets can be edited in Microsoft Word or any equivalent program.

If you are a speech therapist, you know there is a lot of work to be done. Besides the actual act of therapy, there is a lot of behind-the-scenes work that needs to be completed. As a speech therapist, it’s your responsibility to track each student’s progress and send reports to parents.

A data sheet is a document that speech-language pathologists (SLPs) or other caregivers use to record information about the progress of a child’s communication skills. Data sheets allow SLPs to monitor the effectiveness of an intervention and make informed decisions about the next steps for a student’s communication goals.

The purpose of this data collection sheet is to evaluate a child’s speech and language skills. The information collected will be used to inform an individualized plan for the child’s speech and language therapy.

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