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Sensory Integration Dysfunction

Sensory Integration Dysfunction

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These are just some examples of difficulties a person may experience. Circle the appropriate items when more than one is presented on one line

Manifestations:

  1. Learning difficulties (see longer checklist). Ex: difficulty telling time, reading and/or writing, copying difficulties, attention difficulties (see longer checklist). Ex: daydreams, takes 2 hours to do math homework that can take 10 minutes when the child decides to do it
  2. History of learning difficulties in the immediate family

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Health History

  1. Problems during pregnancy (bleeding, medication, drug or alcohol intake)
  2. Problems at birth (difficult delivery, born earlier or late, weight less than 5 pounds)
  3. Suffers from allergies
  4. Adverse reaction to vaccines (fever, headaches)
  5. Sucks his thumb passed 5 years old
  6. Frequent ear, nose, throat, or chest infection
  7. High fever before 3 years old
  8. Frequent tummy pain (gas, constipation, diarrhea)

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Auditory Functions

  1. Is startled when someone unexpectedly makes a sound
  2. Talks too loudly
  3. Shouts or screens for no apparent reason
  4. Hates hair cuts, hair washing or hair being brushed

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Visual Functions

  1. Keeps eyes close to the book or paper while reading or writing
  2. Looses his/her place.
  3. Skips from one line to the other
  4. Oversensitive to light
  5. Poor eye contact

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Tactile Functions

  1. Bed-wetting past 5 years old
  2. High or low tolerance to pain (circle which one)
  3. Very ticklish
  4. Heavy walker
  5. Removes tags on clothes

WARNING: The following symptoms are only descriptive of categories of behaviors. They should never be used to self-diagnose but rather to guide you toward the need for proper professional assessment.