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: Occupational Therapy & Physiotherapy : Sensory Processing Measure: Infant/Toddler Print Kit 2nd Ed (SPM-2)

Sensory Processing Measure: Infant/Toddler Print Kit 2nd Ed (SPM-2)

by L. Diane Parham, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Cheryl L. Ecker, MA, OTR/L, Heather Kuhaneck, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Diana A. Henry, MS, OT/L, FAOTA, Tara J. Glennon, EdD, OTR/L, FAOTA


  • Provides a complete picture of sensory integration and processing difficulties in multiple environments; SPM-2 Quick Tips offer item level intervention strategies to help with sensory integration and processing challenges


  • Based on 3,850 typically developing participants, ranging in age from 4 months to 87 years


  • Spanish


  • Raw scores, standard scores (T-scores), percentile scores, DIF scores


  • Rating scales completed by various raters in examinee’s life


  • 20 to 30 minutes for each of the 12 main forms; 10 minutes for each Environment Form


  • 4 months to 87 years


  • 2021


  • Level C required.

SPM-2™: Expanded Across the Lifespan for Research, Clinical, and School-Based Practice

You can’t see sensory processing deficits just by looking at someone, but their needs will become clearer when you use the new SPM-2.

The SPM-2 is an upgrade and expansion of the Sensory Processing Measure family of products, widely acclaimed as the best of its kind. A behavior rating scale, the SPM-2 offers new forms – including driving forms – and a broadened age range, so no one gets left behind.

Like its predecessors, the new SPM-2 is firmly grounded in Ayres Sensory Integration® theory. T‑scores provide norm-referenced indexes of the integrative functions of praxis and social participation, as well as the following sensory systems:

  • Visual
  • Auditory
  • Tactile
  • Olfactory and Gustatory (new)
  • Proprioceptive
  • Vestibular

The SPM‑2 items provide descriptive clinical information on processing vulnerabilities within each sensory system, including under- and over-reactivity, sensory-seeking behavior, and difficulties with perception.

Infant/Toddler (4 to 30 months)

Parents and caregivers rate an infant or toddler and also rate themselves on their own sensory integration and processing function.

  • Infant Form
  • Toddler Form
  • Caregiver Self‑Report Form

SPM-2 Infant/Toddler Print Kit

  • Includes Print Manual; 25 Infant Print Forms; 25 Toddler Print Forms; 25 Caregiver Print Forms

SPM-2 Adolescent Print Kit

  • Includes Print Manual; 25 Adolescent Home Print Forms; 25 Adolescent School Print Forms; 25 Adolescent Self-Report Print Forms

SPM-2 Adult Print Kit

  • Includes Print Manual; 25 Adult Self-Report Print Forms; 25 Adult Rater Report Forms



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