Children & Youth Concurrent 203: Sensory Processing Measure—2: Updated and Standardized for Birth Through Adulthood to Support Professional Reasoning in Everyday Pediatric Practice
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Concurrent 203: Sensory Processing Measure—2: Updated and Standardized for Birth Through Adulthood to Support Professional Reasoning in Everyday Pediatric Practice
Tara Glennon, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT; Diana Henry, WPS, Torrance, CA; L. Parham, University Of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; Cheryl Ecker, Therapy In Action, Tarzana, CA; Heather Miller Kuhaneck, Sacred Heart University OT Program, Fairfield, CT
The SPM-2 is an updated, norm-referenced assessment tool that systematically assembles information about sensory processing from birth through adulthood. Specific forms for infants, preschool age children, school-age children, adolescents, and adults include content for varied informants (including caregivers, teachers, and self-report) which can be compared in varied settings (e.g., day care, home, school environments, and while driving). Updated corresponding Quick Tips supports intervention planning.