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POST-ADOPTION EVALUATION OF SENSORY PROCESSING QUESTIONNAIRE
- Does your child have trouble understanding what other people mean when they say something?
- Is your child bothered by any household or ordinary sounds, such as the vacuum, hair dryer, or toilet flushing?
- Does your child respond negatively to loud noises as in running away, crying, or holding hands over ears?
- Does your child appear to not hear certain sounds?
- Is your child distracted by sounds not usually noticed by other people?
- Is your child frightened of sounds that do not usually convey alarm to other children the same age?
- Does your child seem to underreact to loud noises?
- Does your child have difficulty interpreting the meaning of simple or common words?
- Is your child easily distracted by irrelevant noises such as a lawn mower outside, children talking in the back of the room, crinkling paper, an air conditioner, a refrigerator, or fluorescent lights?
- Does your child seem too sensitive to sounds?
From THE HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION MEDICINE by Laurie C. Miller. © 2004 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Used by Permission.