Does your child have difficulty with the following:
Fine Motor Skills - cutting, coloring, using utensils, using small toys/tools, clothing fasteners, zippers
Gross Motor and Whole Body Skills - balance, coordination, climbing, pumping a swing, catching and throwing balls, dressing
Self-care Skills - dressing, feeding, grooming, managing clothing fasteners, shoe tying
Play Skills - playing independently, playing with peers, using hands and body appropriately, using a variety of toys and themes in play
Sensory - tolerating hair brushing, haircuts, teeth brushing, getting hands messy, high stimuli environments (e.g. malls, restaurants, parties), different fabrics, socks, shoes, underwear, and movement play
Handwriting - learning to form letters, legibility, endurance
Eating - eating a variety of foods, trying new foods, enjoying mealtime
Anxiety - separating from parents, adapting to unexpected changes in schedule or routine, sleep, meeting new people
Calming/Self-regulating - settling down once upset, managing emotions and behavior, managing body and voice in groups
Does your child:
Have difficulty figuring out how to do everyday tasks?
Trip, stumble, fall or bump into objects and people?
Ask questions excessively or repeatedly, even when she/he knows the answer?
Need more support and/or structure to adapt to changes and transitions than is age expected?
Have difficulty using or enjoying playground equipment?
Have poor or illegible handwriting despite practice?
Use both hands, have delayed development of hand dominance.
Fear dogs and cats?
Often seem irritable, angry, or worried?
Appear stressed, anxious, fearful, or withdrawn?
Need to maintain a rigid schedule or routine in order to be calm or productive?
Have difficulty making friends, playing with friends, or playing independently?
Have difficulty paying attention?
Have difficulty organizing their time and materials for school and home life?
Have outbursts, tantrums, or overly-intense responses?
Move in an impulsive, unsafe, or unpredictable manner?