AVS Sensory Development Program & Sensory Checklist
Quickly discover sensory sensitivities and learn methods to overcome them.The AVS Sensory Development Program and Sensory Checklist uses Sensory Integration theory and identifies, through careful observation, the sensory origins of behavioral problems of those with intellectual disabilities. The AVS Sensory Development Program and Sensory Checklist was created to indicate specific sensory areas where an individual may benefit from targeted sensory activities. Includes instructional book with case study examples, Sensory Activities Folder featuring laminated activity cards targeted to six sensory areas and 10 copies of the Sensory Checklist. See below for an overview of the program.You can order a set of 30 additional color copies of the Checklist (9IMSKC).
The AVS Sensory Development Program & Sensory Checklist is a comprehensive set of tools for developing and implementing effective sensory programs for individuals with developmental disabilities and Alzheimer's/Dementia.The Program includes:AVS Sensory Response Checklist (10 copies) AVS Sensory Response Worksheet (10 copies) AVS Sensory Checklist Summary (10 copies) Sensory Activities Folder featuring ideas targeted to six sensory areas User's GuideThe purpose of the AVS Sensory Development Program & Sensory Checklist is to:Provide a means to collect and analyze information that reflects response to sensory stimuli Provide a tool that is useful across all settings and link sensory processing abilities with everyday functional skills Identify sensory processing needs to facilitate development of appropriate sensory programAllegheny Valley School offers staff training about sensory development and how to use the AVS Sensory Development Program. For more information about this opportunity contact Dr. Cindy Potter at firstname.lastname@example.org.