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What does Sensory Profile do?

Article ID: 1019
Last updated: 01 Jul, 2010

Frequently Asked Question:

What does Sensory Profile do?

Answer:

The purpose of Sensory Profile is to assist clinicians and other qualified mental health care providers in recording and maintaining child background data and responses for administered assessments within the Sensory Profile Desktop and the Sensory Profile PDA application (if applicable). When an assessment has been scored, the Sensory Profile can generate numerous reports.

The system provides a method for clinicians and other designated representatives to enter the information that has been recorded on the paper-based Sensory Profile forms into the Sensory Profile Desktop. The clinician or designated user may score the administered assessment and generate and print reports.

You can enter information from the Caregiver Questionnaire or the Short Sensory Profile (SSP) forms.

Report Options: For a Caregiver assessment, the report type can be either of the following options: Score Report, Item Analysis Report, or Interpretive Report. Score Report has following five sub-options: Summary, Section Scores/Classifications, Factor Scores/Classifications, Factor Grid, and Threshold Analysis. For a Short Sensory Profile assessment, only Score Report is applicable.

The Sensory Profile is no longer available for purchase. Please update your software to the enhanced Sensory Profile Select Scoring Assistant.  
Article ID: 1019
Last updated: 01 Jul, 2010
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