The Sensory Checklist

by Eileen Lewis, OTR
(New Jersey)

The Sensory Checklist

New Jersey

Question about the Sensory Processing Disorder Checklist. Can a therapist copy the checklist to use with parents under the copyright or does it have to be purchased somewhere.

Thanks Eileen

At this point it is free and able to be printed out from my site as is. I may be clean it up some more and make it better able to be printed in the future, at which time there may be a fee. So... for now, yes it can be copied. Just be sure to include the website and copyright information on it, ok?

Hope it helps you in your practice as a "historical reporting tool" (remember, not as a definitive diagnostic tool)!

Take good care.

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Apr 16, 2012
Requesting permission
by: Julie

I am doing a speech on Sensory processing disorder for a college course, I would like permission to use your site as a source and use your information for my presentation. I will give you full credit for any information used. Thank you Julie A. Olson

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