Sensory Assessments 




Sensory assessments enable the therapist to gain a greater understanding of the way a child processes and integrates sensory information and how those sensory responses support or interfere with their occupational performance and roles.


The Sensory Profile 2 is used to understand the complexities of the child’s sensory processing and the related difficulties. It measures responses to sensory events in everyday life that support or interfere with function and allows caregiver’s observations to be incorporated into other evaluations, reports, and observations from the therapist.


The Sensory Profile – School Companion gathers information related to sensory processing skills and how these skills affect the child’s classroom behaviour and performance involving the teacher's perspective of the child interaction in an academic setting.









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