Helping kids with sensory processing disorder get organized in school, in the mornings, and after school.

Helping kids with sensory processing disorder get organized in school, in the mornings, and after school.

pin 58
heart 3
Sensory or Behavior? Try this FREE sensory checklist to figure out if your kid is just being a kid or if it's sensory | The Jenny Evolution

Sensory or Behavior? Try this FREE sensory checklist to figure out if your kid is just being a kid or if it's sensory | The Jenny Evolution

pin 256
heart 22
What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

One educator turned stay at home mom attempts to explain Sensory Processing : Oral Input and its importance for growth and development in kids.

One educator turned stay at home mom attempts to explain Sensory Processing : Oral Input and its importance for growth and development in kids.

Adolescent & Adult SPD Checklist- Please use this adult SPD checklist as a guide only. This is NOT meant to officially diagnose Sensory Processing Disorder. It should be used ONLY to indicate the "red flags" that may warrant attention; i.e., further observation, evaluation and/or treatment. It can also be used as part of the questionnaire and history gathering process during an evaluation by an OT qualified to diagnose and treat adults with Sensory Processing Disorder.

Adolescent & Adult SPD Checklist- Please use this adult SPD checklist as a guide only. This is NOT meant to officially diagnose Sensory Processing Disorder. It should be used ONLY to indicate the "red flags" that may warrant attention; i.e., further observation, evaluation and/or treatment. It can also be used as part of the questionnaire and history gathering process during an evaluation by an OT qualified to diagnose and treat adults with Sensory Processing Disorder.

Sensory Processing Disorder can affect people in only one sense–for example, just touch or just sight or just movement–or in multiple senses. One person with SPD may over-respond to sensation and find clothing, physical contact, light, sound, food, or other sensory input to be unbearable.

Sensory Processing Disorder can affect people in only one sense–for example, just touch or just sight or just movement–or in multiple senses. One person with SPD may over-respond to sensation and find clothing, physical contact, light, sound, food, or other sensory input to be unbearable.

pin 1
A comprehensive Sensory Processing Disorder Checklist; signs and symptoms of tactile, auditory, olfactory and oral defensiveness, as well as proprioceptive and vestibular dysfunction.

A comprehensive Sensory Processing Disorder Checklist; signs and symptoms of tactile, auditory, olfactory and oral defensiveness, as well as proprioceptive and vestibular dysfunction.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search