Resources for you and your child

• Diagnostic questionnaires • Blogs on the science behind our programs

• Diagnostic questionnaires

• Blogs on the science behind our programs

Use the free resources on this page to arm yourself with knowledge and begin taking positive steps to help your child.

Diagnostic questionnaires

We have spoken to many parents and caregivers over the years. We talk about their children who may have:

  • A specific diagnosis such as autism spectrum disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD), Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), Developmental Delay (DD) or Cerebral Palsy (CP), or
  • Difficulties with specific issues such as anxiety or problems with handwriting, fine motor or self-care skills.  

What is common for many parents is the feeling of being overwhelmed and confused about how to help their child.

Our questionnaires are designed to help you with the first steps, to see what is going on or to rule out a particular concern.

The Sensory seeker/avoider quick questionnaire

This is a tool that helps identify potential sensory processing issues; it is not meant to be used as a diagnostic tool or to replace medical advice. Once you have completed this questionnaire, email us for a link to a free video where we discuss sensory seeker/avoider behavior and strategies that help with health care professionals.

The occupational therapy Sensory processing/primitive reflex questionnaire

This is a more specific tool used by our clinicians to identify the sensory processing/primitive reflex interaction that may be causing your child’s difficulties. Once you have completed this questionnaire, email it to us and we will score it for you and send you the results. If you are not sure where to start, complete this full questionnaire.

If you have a specific area of concern…

Complete the relevant questionnaire below to see which of our home programs would be best for your child.

Trust building & grounding

It’s difficult to make connections, learn new skills and engage with the world around us when we do not feel safe and secure.

Find out if your child could benefit from this program>>>

Breathe well, sleep well, eat well

Many children with challenges experience problems sleeping, have food-related issues, such as problems with textures, or have irregular/inefficient breathing patterns. Find out if your child could benefit from this program>>>

The whole child solution for anxiety

The symptoms of anxiety reach into all areas of our lives, affecting learning, memory and behavior. Anxiety impacts our relationships, choices and the simple enjoyment of life. Find out if your child could benefit from this program>>>

Bilateral integration & coordination

Almost everything we do requires coordination of both sides of the body, including the use of both hands. Find out if your child could benefit from this program>>>

Fine motor coordination

For success in life, a child also needs to develop fine motor control of the eyes and the mouth. Find out if your child could benefit from this program>>>

Hands to handwriting

Effective, efficient fine motor coordination is the foundation of self-care skills such as buttoning, tying shoe laces, holding and using utensils and cleaning your teeth. Find out if your child could benefit from this program>>>

Whole child vision support

Eighty percent of the information we process is visual! We use our eyes to help keep us safe in the environment, perform fine motor tasks, read, write and draw. Find out if your child could benefit from this program>>>

Learn about the processes that build lifelong skills

Read our blogs to learn about the processes that build lifelong skills. Perhaps you’ll recognize your child in the post about sensory processing. You may see him or her in the post about primitive reflexes or gain new insight into the connection between primitive reflex integration and optimal sensory processing.