IEP goals for severely impaired
I have a student that is four years old but tests cognitively at the 7 month level. I need to write next year's goals for her and I am stumped. Her current goals are not appropriate - too general in my opinion: "student will function safely in the classroom etc..." with benchmarks that referred to using an assistive device that she was not able to use because she was transferred to home-based therapy (she is very medically fragile.)
She is transferring to home-based therapy permanently next year. I am thinking of making her cognitive goals along the lines of " student will increase her cogntive function in her environment" with 3 or 4 benchmarks of more specific tasks such as identifying a color, or putting objects in a container .
Am I also being too general?
Thanks for any help or guidance.