This structured therapy task is designed for speech-language pathologists working with adults in rehabilitation settings. Whether your patient has any experience brewing beer, or maybe just likes beer, or maybe just wants a break from other structured problem solving tasks, this handout provides the information needed to answer three questions that involve basic calculations and problem solving. All information required to complete the calculations is included. Answer key included.
This task is designed for speech-language pathologists targeting higher level cognitive-linguistic tasks within a rehabilitation setting. Patients are given a set of 5 receipts and asked to calculate a tip they might leave at a restaurant based on those receipts. Targets visual tracking, basic functional math, and organization.
This functional, real-world cognitive-linguistic therapy task designed for speech-language pathologists working with people in rehabilitation settings. In 2015, an estimated 1.6 million deaths were directly caused by diabetes. Another 2.2 million deaths were attributable to high blood glucose in 2012 (World Health Organization). For people with cognitive impairments who are returning home independently, management of their diabetes can mean the difference between life and death. This task walks patients through the process of calculating a healthy level of carbohydrate intake based on their own personal goals, age, and activity level. They then practice reading actual nutrition fact labels to calculate how many carbohydrates are in a meal that they enjoy. The file includes an answer key (though answers will vary based on patient choice/preference).
Task designed for speech-language pathologists working with teens and adults in rehabilitation settings. The task requires patients to use the 1-800 number or the website listed on gift cards cards to find out the remaining balances on each card and then answer questions requiring basic calculations of costs of items. File includes answer key.
Designed for SLPs working with patients in cognitive-linguistic rehabilitation settings. This higher level cognitive task requires basic addition and multiplication skills to help kids put together a business plan for a basic lemonade stand. Patients are challenged to calculate cost per cup of lemonade based on recipe as well as profit per cup based on various price points.
A cognitive-linguistic therapy task designed to challenge working memory, attention, calculation, planning, and organizing. Clients are challenged to calculate different costs for food items, calculate if a few pints of beer is more expensive than a pitcher, or, for an added bonus, convert prices from a New Zealand menu into U.S. dollars. Great for patients working on visual tracking as well as the above-mentioned cognitive-linguistic skills.
This task provides a real-world scenario where patients are given 6 voicemail tasks with various information (e.g., the veterinarian calling with information on when to pick up pet meds or a friend calling to set up a time for dinner together). They are provided with a weekly calendar. A transcript of the voicemails is also available.
Filing taxes requires working memory, sustained and alternating attention, calculation, and problem solving. This task is designed as a basic practice for those who are working towards improving these skills and/or ultimately a goal of filing their taxes independently. Includes answer key.
Designed for SLPs working with patients in cognitive-linguistic therapy settings. This functional therapy task requires patients to create a grocery shopping list based on a set of recipes for a dinner party. Includes recipes and blank structured shopping list.
This memory log is designed for rehab therapists working with people who have memory impairments. The first of the 2 page template captures names of therapists, doctors, therapy goals, events leading to hospitalization and current location. The second page can be filled out each day the patient is in the facility and captures what was accomplished with each therapy discipline, appointments, medical notes, visitor notes, medication tracking, and general reminders.
Tech specs: Digital download. 83 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches + MP3 voicemail files for voicemail task. Zipped file that unzips to MP3 and PDF formats. 60.7 MB. Must be opened on a computer, not a phone or tablet.