USING A SHORT SENSORY PROFILE TO SCREEN SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDERS IN CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Keywords:Sensory Profile, Screening, Sensory Processing Dissorders
Today, Early detection and screening of children with disabilities with Sensory
Processing Disorders by official tools have been limited. This makes it difficult
to care for, teach, intervene and support children with disabilities in learning
and daily activities. The authors adaptived and used the Short Sensory Profile
for 40 children with disability from 3 to 6 years old to early detection of the
sensory Disorder in these children. The result shows that a short sensory profile
will be a helpful tool to help parents, teachers, and professionals accurately
identify which sensory systems of children are having difficulty and take
timely measures to support children.
 Dean, E. E., Little, L., Tomchek, S., & Dunn, W. (2018), “Sensory processing in the general
population: Adaptability, resiliency, and challenging behavior”. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72, 7201195060. https://doi.org/ 10.5014/
 Janine van der Linde, Denise Franzsen, Paula Barnard-Ashton (2013) “The sensory profile:
Comparative analysis of children with Specific Language Impairment, ADHD and autism”. Article in South African Journal of Occupational Therapy.
 Kojovic N, Ben Hadid L, Franchini M, Schaer M. (2019) “Sensory Processing Issues and Their Association with Social Difficulties in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders”. Journal of Clinical Medicine; 8(10):1508. https://doi.org/10.3390/ jcm8101508
 Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR, (2014), “from Sensational Kids: Hope and Help for Children With mSensory Processing Disorder”, PerigeeBooks, USA.
 Miller L.J., Anzalone, M.E., Lane, S.J., Cermak, S.A. and Osten, E.T., (2007). “Concept Evolution in SI: A Proposed Nosology for Diagnosis”. American Journal of Occupational Therapy 61(2), pp. 135-140.
 Sara Jorquera-Cabrera, Dulce Romero-Ayuso, Gemma Rodriguez-Gil and Jose-Matfas TrivinoJuarez. (2014). “Assessment of Sensory Processing Characteristics in Children between 3 and 11 Years Old: A Systematic Review”. Madrid Health Service, Madrid, Spain.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
All articles published in SJTTU are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA) license. This means anyone is free to copy, transform, or redistribute articles for any lawful purpose in any medium, provided they give appropriate attribution to the original author(s) and SJTTU, link to the license, indicate if changes were made, and redistribute any derivative work under the same license.
Copyright on articles is retained by the respective author(s), without restrictions. A non-exclusive license is granted to SJTTU to publish the article and identify itself as its original publisher, along with the commercial right to include the article in a hardcopy issue for sale to libraries and individuals.
Although the conditions of the CC BY-SA license don't apply to authors (as the copyright holder of your article, you have no restrictions on your rights), by submitting to SJTTU, authors recognize the rights of readers, and must grant any third party the right to use their article to the extent provided by the license.