Reviewing work and gauging goals

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As therapy progresses and the child reaches new developmental milestones, the child’s therapeutic needs may change.

Therapists may find it helpful to periodically review the work with the child and adult to gauge how far they have travelled towards meeting their objectives.

Review meetings can be a time to reflect on whether goals have been met. They can also be a time to think about whether the approach adopted at the outset is still the right one.

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This step is related to achieving the goal assessing what is needed and what is feasible.