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What does a SMART Goal look like?

By definition, S.M.A.R.T goals have the following characteristics:

S - Specific (so that you know what exactly you’re aiming for)
M - Measurable (you can’t improve what you don’t measure)
A - Achievable (through guided effort and effective action)
R - Realistic (aiming for rainbows and unicorns? ain’t happening)
T - Time bound (goals without deadlines is just a wish list)

At Autism 360™, all our goals MUST follow the S.M.A.R.T framework.

Examples of S.M.A.R.T goals:

Please check this example from one of our case studies to see SMART goals in Action.

Some examples of SMART Goals

Also, refer to What does a 12 Week Program Looks like

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Updated on: 01/03/2021

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