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The primary purpose of clinical observations is to allow the therapist to use clinical judgment to analyze a child's performance in relationship to sensory processing as informed by evolving theory and research (Blanche & Reinoso, 2008).  The primary purpose of these clinical observations are to assist you in developing clinical reasoning skills when assessing sensory processing skills.  (This document is based on clinical experience, evidence from the SIPT course (1995), and literature review).  

Sensory Processing Clinical Observations

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