Occupational/Sensory Processing Assessment

Occupational Therapy Assessment (OT Assessment)

This assessment is all about your child having a good time with us. All play and no work is the norm here. Most of the assessments in this section are play based, as play is the primary means of therapy here. OTs want to understand your child's functional skill level in the following areas:

  • Occupational Therapy Assessment
  • Play Assessment
  • Gross Motor Skills Assessment
  • Visual-Motor Coordination Assessment
  • Handwriting Assessment

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    The McMaster Handwriting Assessment Protocol (2nd Edition)

    This form of assessment provides a basic structural framework for assessing the handwriting of school-aged children in kindergarten to grade six. This process identifies and rectifies any area within a child's handwriting that needs an expert's intervention.


    Sensory Processing Assessment

    Here, the Occupational Therapist will assess how your child processes sensory information, which includes the five senses of touch, sight, hearing, taste and smell, as well as two additional senses: proprioception (related to body awareness) and vestibular awareness (related to balance and position in space). Irregularities in sensory processing can lead to an imbalance in the child's social well-being. Hence it is a must to identify and smoothen out these issues early on.


    Sensory Profile-2

    This is a standard method that aids professionals to identify and analyze the sensory processing patterns of the child. This test also throws in two more variables: proprioception (related to body awareness) and vestibular awareness (related to balance and position in space). Irregularities in sensory processing can lead to an imbalance in the child's social wellbeing. Hence it is a must to identify and smoothen out these issues early on.


    BEERY VMI - 6th Edition (Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration | Sixth Edition)

    Internationally respected and backed by decades of research and clinical use, the Beery Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration, Sixth Edition (BEERY VMI) helps assess the extent to which individuals can integrate their visual and motor abilities