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POST-ADOPTION EVALUATION OF SENSORY PROCESSING QUESTIONNAIRE
- Does your child have trouble telling the difference between printed figures that appear similar, for example, differentiating between b and p or + and x?
- Is your child sensitive to or bothered by light, especially bright light (blinks, squints, cries, or closes eyes)?
- When looking at pictures, does your child focus on patterns or details instead of the main picture?
- Does your child have difficulty keeping his or her eyes on the task or activity at hand?
- Does your child become easily distracted by visual stimuli?
- Does your child have trouble finding an object when it is amid a group of other things?
- Does your child close one eye or tip his or her head back when looking at something or someone?
- Does your child have difficulty with unusual visual environments such as a bright, colorful room or a dimly lit room?
- Does your child have difficulty controlling eye movement when following objects like a ball with his or her eyes?
- Does your child have difficulty naming, discriminating, or matching colors, shapes or sizes?
From THE HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION MEDICINE by Laurie C. Miller. © 2004 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Used by Permission.