SPIRAL Foundation serves national and international audiences by providing resources for therapists and other professionals who work with individuals with sensory processing difficulties, as well as adults and children living with sensory dysfunction and their families.
By conducting and disseminating current research and providing educational programs in a variety of on and offline formats we strive to improve the lives and well-being of individuals with difficulties processing and integrating sensory information across the globe.
SPIRAL Foundation Memberships
Access over 170 pre-recorded webinars, LiveTalks and self-study articles included and 20% discount on online courses, for a full year. Join here: SPIRAL Individual Membership $149/year
LiveTalk: Mentoring in The Art of Therapy: Navigating the path to independence: Decisions about when to discontinue intervention with Stacey Szklut, OT, MSOT, OTR. Jan 25, 2024, 7 – 8pm EST (recording available by Jan 29). Included in SPIRAL memberships. Non-members register here: $25
Adult/Adolescent Sensory History
Based on the conceptual model of sensory processing and sensory integration proposed by A. Jean Ayres, this measure is designed to identify difficulties in five key areas of functioning: Sensory Discrimination, Sensory Modulation, Postural-Ocular Skills, Praxis, and Social-Emotional Functioning.