Speech-language pathologists always ask me how they can be the one to assess sensory processing and where do they start? Well first let me say, that sensory processing checklists are quite user-friendly and are often made for the purpose of having input from the child’s primary caregiver as well as information from the classroom teacher and other staff that work with the child (including us as SLPs).
Now, here’s the best part! You don’t have to spend a large chunk of your speech budget to purchase an SPD checklist. Which brings me to your freebie this week! Above is a list of FREE SPD checklists available for you to use!