Adolescent / Adult Sensory Profile
- Identify sensory processing patterns in everyday life activities
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Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile Complete Kit0761649700 Qualification Level B
- Summary Reports (Pack of 25)
Q-global Adolescent Adult Sensory Profile User's Manual (Digital)A103000232631 Qualification Level B
Q-global digital manual (read-only)
The first time you purchase a Q-global report usage, subscription or digital asset a Q-global account will automatically be created for you.
Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile Manual0761649719 Qualification Level B
Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile Self-Questionnaire/Summary Reports0761649735 Qualification Level B
Pack of 25
AASP/Sensory Profile 2 Q-global Administration/Report Qty 1 (Digital)0150017006 Qualification Level B
A usage includes administration (Onscreen administration or Remote onscreen administration), scoring and reporting
The first time you purchase a Q-global report usage, subscription or digital asset, a Q-global account will automatically be created for you.
AASP/Sensory Profile 2 Q-global Scoring Subscription 1 Year (Digital)QG1SP2 Qualification Level B
For generating reports for any Sensory Profile 2 form or Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile form administered using paper forms
AASP & Sensory Profile 2: Using and Interpreting the Sensory Profile in Clinical Practice · On Demand · 3 HoursA103000314686 Qualification Level B
This on-demand course is designed for users of the Sensory Profile 2 and/or Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile. It includes an overview of Dunn's sensory processing framework, on which the test scores are based, and explains how to interpret the results and use these meaningfully to inform clinical practice.
The course includes case studies presented by test authors Winnie Dunn and Catana Brown to illustrate the translation of theory to practice.
Minimum order of 1 items
Sensory Profile 2 and Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile Combo Kit9780158999302 Qualification Level B
- Infant forms (25)
- Toddler forms (25)
- Child forms (25)
- School Companion forms (25)
- Short forms (25)
- Manual (Adult/Adolescent SP)
- Self-Questionnaire (Adult/Adolescent SP)
- Summary Reports (Pack of 25)
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- Individual; Q-global® administration, scoring, and/or reporting, or manual scoring
- Age range:
- 11 years and older
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The Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile enables clients to evaluate themselves through the use of a Self-Questionnaire. Evaluate the possible contributions of sensory processing to the client’s daily performance patterns and obtain information about everyday sensory experiences and the impact on behaviour in different settings.
Use for identifying and developing client awareness and strategies to optimise the desired sensory environment. Generates an individualised profile of sensory processing across four quadrants: low registration, sensation seeking, sensory sensitivity, and sensation avoiding. Reproducible charts provide an intervention matrix across the quadrants and six sensory processing categories:
The Adult Sensory Profile can be administered through OSA, ROSA or Manual Entry (in combination with the paper form when using Q-Global for scoring/reporting).
Applicable for adolescents and adults with or without a diagnosed disability. A standardised instrument to measure sensory processing; promotes theory based decision making and intervention planning.
Professionals who do not have expertise or training in sensory processing should consult with an Occupational Therapist when interpreting the results of this assessment. Training in the administration and interpretation of this test is available from Pearson Clinical Assessment.
Scoring and Interpretation
The quadrant scores derived from the Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile represent patterns of sensory processing as described in Dunn's (1997a) Model of Sensory Processing. Based on the intersection of two continua (neurological threshold and behavioural response/self-regulation), this model describes quadrants identified as Low Registration, Sensation Seeking, Sensory Sensitivity, and Sensation Avoiding. Each quadrant has its own score; it is possible for an individual to have any combination of scores. Some patterns that seem to be mutually exclusive (e.g., sensation seeking and sensation avoiding) may be present in the same individual.