The Sensory Processing Measure – Second Edition (SPM-2) is a norm-referenced measure of function in the visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, gustatory, proprioceptive (body awareness), and vestibular (balance and motion) sensory systems, as well as praxis and social participation.
Firmly grounded in Ayres Sensory Integration theory, the new SPM-2 updates an instrument widley acclaimed as the best of its kind.
The SPM-2 is a revision and expansion of the Sensory Processing Measure (2007) and Sensory Processing Measure–Preschool (2010), covering 4 age ranges:
- Adult (21-87)
- Adolescent (12-21)
- Child (5-12)
- Preschool (2-5)
- Infant/Toddler (4-30 months)
The Online SPM-2 Child Quick Tips assist you to develop intervention strategies for home, school, work and the community. For use with children ages 5-12.
In the revised second edition, Quick Tips are now organised by additional sensory, cognitive, and behavioral objectives.
An activation code (provided after purchase) will provide you with access to Quick Tips via the WPS Online Evaluation System.