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The Short Sensory Profile (SSP):

The Short Sensory Profile (SSP) Ben Atchison, PhD, OTR, FAOTA An Overview

Purpose :

Purpose Screen quick identification Referral for more comprehensive assessment Effective intervention planning Incorporate a sensory processing measure in research

SSP Sections:

SSP Sections Tactile Sensitivity Taste/Smell Sensitivity Movement Sensitivity

SSP Sections:

SSP Sections Underresponsive /Seeks Sensation Auditory Filtering Low Energy/Weak Visual/Auditory Sensitivity

Administration/Scoring:

Administration/Scoring 38 items 10 minutes Administer in three ways Mail While child being assessed Direct assist

PowerPoint Presentation:

38 Items representing Sensory Modulation

Specific Administration Procedures:

Specific Administration Procedures Always 100% Frequently 75% Occasionally 50% Seldom 25% Never 00% IF ANY ITEM LEFT BLANK CANNOT COMPUTE A RAW SCORE FOR THAT SECTION

Scoring:

Scoring Always 1 point Frequently 2 points Occasionally 3 points Seldom 4 points Never 5 points

Scoring:

Scoring If responder places x between 2 categories: Between Never and Seldom 4 points Between Seldom and Occasionally 3 points Between Occasionally and Frequent 2 points Between Frequent and Occasionally 1 point

Summary Section of SSP:

Summary Section of SSP

Classification System:

Classification System Typical Performance Probable Difference Definite Difference

Interpreting the Section Scores:

Interpreting the Section Scores Tactile Sensitivity Taste Smell Sensitivity Movement Sensitivity

Interpreting the Section Score:

Interpreting the Section Score Underresponsive /Seeks Sensation Auditory Filtering Low Energy/Weak Visual/Auditory Sensitivity

Summary Interpretation:

Summary Interpretation Total Score is key Follow up assessment for DEF DIFF Long Form SP Occupational Therapy or other trained professional

Construct Validity:

Construct Validity Physiologic Measures Sensory Challenge Protocol and Electrodermal Responses (EDR)

Further Information:

Further Information See Pearson Education Inc. website for further information on ordering, sample reports, and technical information www.pearsonassessments.com

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