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Key information

Supports the Sensory Profile, the Infant/Toddler Sensory Profile, the Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile and the Sensory Profile School Companion

Author(s):

The Psychological Corporation

Publication Year:

2006

Age Range:

3 years and older

Qualification Code:

CL2

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One piece of software can meet your needs for all Sensory Profile products. The Sensory Profile Select Scoring Assistant supports the Sensory Profile (including expanded and quadrant scores), the Infant/Toddler Sensory Profile, the Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile and the new Sensory Profile School Companion.

  • Save time with automatic scoring, interpreting, reporting and storing of your results.
  • Receive a free annual subscription for any of the Sensory Profile products.
  • Purchase software access to any of the Sensory Profile products or additional software subscriptions to other Sensory Profile products, based on your individual needs.

The operating systems supported by our software are Windows XP | Windows Vista. Ensure your computer meets the minimum software requirements prior to purchasing our software.

Now Available

Q global logoThe Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile is now available on Q-global®: Pearson’s web-based administration, scoring, and reporting system. It enables you to quickly assess and efficiently organise examinee information, generate scores, and produce accurate, comprehensive reports—anywhere, anytime, on any internet-connected device.

NB The Sensory Profile Select Scoring Assistant will be going out of print soon, although renewals will continue to be available throughout 2015.

 

Price list

SP Select Renewal/Additional Licence
ISBN: 9780150004042
£97.00
£116.40 inc VAT
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