Tests

SENSORY INTEGRATION and PRAXIS TEST (SIPT)

Developing the Sensory Integration Theory, Dr.. A. Test found by Jean Ayres 1987 has been used for diagnostic and distinctive purposes in learning and behavioral diseases since.

SIPT 17 consists of subtests. Thanks to these subtests, the areas that the child lacks in daily life and sensory needs are determined.. 17 The results and measurements of the subtest are entered into the program on the computer and then the results are presented in graphic form.. Test results show in which area the child is different from the standard and how different from the standard.

SIPT does not measure intelligence in general, but focuses on important skills required in daily life.. Test language development, not academic success or social behavior, tests sensory processing and perceptual aspects of these and related functions. also, praxis and the material, physical, 2 and 3 evaluates their ability to cope with the dimensional world.

Sensory Integration which sense in the neurological process(to, eyes, joints, gravity and motion sensory receptors) determination of being organized. Practice, playing with toys, using a pencil or fork, It is the ability that tells us how to use our hands and body while building a structure and in similar activities.. Practical skill, in the world, It is one of the basic capabilities that will provide the action of 'don't'.

SIPT, measures sensory processing processes underlying learning and behavior. Learning disability, based on how the child responds to sensory input and is organized, It also helps identify problems associated with emotional disturbances and minimal brain dysfunction.

SIPT visual, measures tactile and kinesthetic perception as well as motor performance. Each subtest is approximately 10-15 around minutes, if total test 4-5 completed around the clock.

4 with 8 age 11 suitable for the population between month old children. Results given by age, The levels and results of the subtests applied are evaluated accordingly..

17 subtests are:

  • Spatial Imaging (Space Visualization)

  • Figure - Perception of Place (Figure – Ground Perception)

  • Standing and Walking Balance (Standing and Walking Balance)

  • Shape Copy (Design Copying)

  • Postural Imitation Application (Postural Praxis)

  • Bilateral Motor Coordination (Bilateral Motor Coordination)

  • Execution of the Verbal Command (Praxis on Verbal Command)

  • Structural Imitation Application (Constractional Praxis)

  • Rotational Vestibular Test (Postrotary Nystagmus)

  • Motor Accuracy (Motor Accuracy)

  • Sequencing Imitation Application (Sequencing Praxis)

  • Oral Imitation Application (Oral Praxis)

  • Manual Form Sense (Manual Form Perception)

  • Kinestezi (Kinesthesia)

  • Finger Recognition (Finger Identification)

  • Grafestezi (Graphesthesia)

  • Localization of Tactile Stimulation (Localisation of Tactil Stimuli)

Sensory Processing Measure (SPM)

Sensory Profile (Sensory Profile)

Dunn sense profile test, Developed by Winnie Dunn, 3-10 is a valid test for children between the ages. Sensory profile, mother of the child, filled with the father or the person who interacts with the child the most in everyday life.

125 after the question is answered; sensory processing, modulation, behavioral- emotional responses in three parts and 14 a scoring consisting of parameters is obtained. Sensory profile results, The treatment program is prepared in accordance with the other evaluation tests and clinical observations applied by the therapist..

North Star Ambulation Assessment

6 Minute Walk Test