Please use this adult SPD checklist as a guide only. This is NOT meant to officially diagnose Sensory Processing Disorder. It should be used ONLY to indicate the "red flags" that may warrant attention; i.e., further observation, evaluation and/or treatment. Do you suffer sensory overload? Hate itchy fabric, scented candles, and crowds? That could be a sign of sensory processing disorder (SPD). Take our SPD symptom test and share the results with an occupational therapist who specializes in SPD and ADHD.Author: ADHD Editorial Board.
ADOLESCENT / ADULT SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER CHECKLIST By Michele Mitchell SENSORY MODULATION: __ __ bothered by clothes; certain materials, tags, seams, pantyhose, ties, belts, turtlenecks, have to wear shorts. Here is another checklist for adolescents and adults to identify potential red flags of sensory processing disorder. This checklist is broken down into sensory modulation issues, sensory discrimination difficulties sensory-motor struggles, social or emotional regulation challenges, and .
Adult Preference Sensory-Motor Checklist (Adapted from “How Does Your Engine Run?) by Therapy Works, Inc. Directions: This checklist was developed to help adults recognize what strategies their own systems employ to attain an appropriate state of alertness. Mark the items below that. The purpose of this sensory processing disorder checklist is to help parents and professionals who interact with children become educated about particular signs of sensory processing dysfunction. It is not to be used as the absolute diagnostic criteria for labeling children with sensory processing disorder.