Pediatric Occupational Therapy Goals: Self-Feeding and Oral Motor Goals for Children Birth to 5 Years Old


Pediatric Occupational Therapy Goals: Self-Feeding Goals and Oral Motor Goals is the 2nd book in this series. It includes feeding goals for pediatrics occupational therapy for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.  The goals are at the birth to 5 year old developmental level and are appropriate for older children who are at this developmental level. The book includes both self-feeding goals and oral motor-based goals.

This Occupational Therapy Feeding Goals Bank book is a STEP by STEP program designed to be used in a cut and paste format to make goal writing quick and easy!

Book 2 covers OT Self-Feeding Goals and Oral Motor Feeding Goals (including chewing goals) for young children birth to 5 years old.  These goals are appropriate for both early intervention goals and feeding goals for children.

The occupational therapy goals in this book were developed from over fifteen years of evaluating and working with children in many settings, including early intervention.

This book contains 45 goals total, broken down into 11 age groups. It is broken down by age and also by skill.

There are five books planned for this Pediatric Occupational Therapy Goal book series.

Book 1: Fine motor, visual motor, and gross motor goals.  Ages Birth – 35 months.

Book 2: Self-feeding and oral motor goals. Ages Birth – 5

Book 3: Sensory processing, attention, and social interaction goals (coming soon).

Book 4: Self-care: hygiene and dressing. Ages 1 – 5.

NEW! Book 5: Fine motor, visual motor, visual perceptual, motor planning, and cutting abilities. Ages 3-6. (coming soon!)

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I hope you find this pediatric feeding goals bank helpful in completing goal planning quickly and easily for the children you evaluate and treat!


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