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SENSORY INTEGRATION DISORDER


POST-ADOPTION EVALUATION OF SENSORY PROCESSING QUESTIONNAIRE
Visual System

  1. Does your child have trouble telling the difference between printed figures that appear similar, for example, differentiating between b and p or + and x?
  2. Is your child sensitive to or bothered by light, especially bright light (blinks, squints, cries, or closes eyes)?
  3. When looking at pictures, does your child focus on patterns or details instead of the main picture?
  4. Does your child have difficulty keeping his or her eyes on the task or activity at hand?
  5. Does your child become easily distracted by visual stimuli?
  6. Does your child have trouble finding an object when it is amid a group of other things?
  7. Does your child close one eye or tip his or her head back when looking at something or someone?
  8. Does your child have difficulty with unusual visual environments such as a bright, colorful room or a dimly lit room?
  9. Does your child have difficulty controlling eye movement when following objects like a ball with his or her eyes?
  10. 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.

 

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