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Sensory Profile 2™ - Frequently Asked Questions

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Isn't it better to complete the Sensory Profile 2 with the teacher or the parent?

How is it possible for a child to have more than others’ scores on multiple sensory patterns?

Some of the strategies for supporting a child are the same for HIGH or LOW sensory pattern scores; what does that mean?

What’s up with some of the Registration items on the Toddler Sensory Profile 2?

Do you support people from other disciplines administering the Sensory Profiles?

How do I deal with two different classroom teachers giving me different scores on the School Companion?


What does Sensory Profile 2 replace?

SP2 is a revision of all Sensory Profile products except the Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile. It does have an upward extension to age 14:11 (previously 10:11) providing some overlap with the Adolescent/Adult form for ages 11-14:11, thus allowing self-report and caregiver-report for this age range.

To clarify, the revision replaces:

  • Infant Toddler Sensory Profile
  • Sensory Profile
  • Sensory Profile Supplement
  • School Companion Sensory Profile
  • Sensory Profile Select Scoring Assistant


I don’t want all the forms, I just want an updated version of the school form (or infant/toddler/child forms); can I do that?

Yes you can. Simply purchase the manual and individual record forms for the product you require; the price is comparable to the previous edition.


Do you have a scoring subscription available for Sensory Profile 2 on Q-global?

Sensory Profile 2 is now available on Q-global, our secure and affordable web-based scoring and reporting system that allows you to input results from paper-and-pencil assessments to generate scores, and produce accurate comprehensive reports from any computer connected to the Internet.  

The current pricing for Q-global is per report, therefore similar to purchasing record forms with the added bonus of time savings and enhanced reporting options. 

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