Would your child benefit from services at Kristen Klyczek Physical Therapy?  

  Take these quizzes to help you figure it out.

Sensory Quiz

If you answer “yes” to any of these items AND they are impacting your child’s ability to enjoy every day experiences, a Sensory Evaluation may be helpful.   (Please note that this list is limited to some of the more common sensory concerns and that your particular concerns may not necessarily be listed).

My child:

  • Is a picky eater, struggles at mealtime and/or is bothered by different tastes or smells

  • Hates to touch sticky/messy things (glue, paint, mud, soap, creams, etc.)

  • Hates bath time, hair care and/or toothbrushing

  • Is picky regarding the feeling of the clothes he/she will wear

  • Is sensitive to bright lights, moving objects and/or cluttered settings

  • Is fearful or cautious with swings/slides, car rides, amusement park rides, tipping backwards and/or climbing activities

  • Covers his/her ears or complains that things are too loud or noisy

 

  • Seems oblivious to noises, his/her name being called, etc.

  • Doesn't seem to notice smells or flavors

  • Doesn’t notice people/things in the room or objects in a cluttered space

  • Doesn’t seem to notice that he/she is constantly moving, spinning, etc.

  • Doesn’t notice pain, wetness, or being touched by others

 

  • Is constantly making or listening to noises, loud volume, etc.

  • Touches, mouths or smells things constantly

  • Is in constant movement

  • Enjoys watching moving, blinking, flashing or spinning scenarios

 

  • Is clumsy or doesn’t seem to know where his/her body is in space

  • Breaks things, or is too rough with toys/people

  • Is too gentle and doesn’t apply enough force to get the job done

  • Can’t find things with his/her eyes when they are in view

  • Struggles to find things in a bag, drawer, box, etc. instead of using touch

  • Doesn’t understand or notice what was said

  • Doesn’t recognize smells or flavors

  • Is rarely feeling calm and organized (: happy, hyper, frustrated or passive)

  • Cannot seem to control his/her impulses to… (move, touch, speak, etc.)

  • We are often walking on eggshells, not knowing what will set him/her off

Motor Quiz

If you answer “yes” to any of these items, a Motor Evaluation may be helpful.   (Please note that this list is limited to some of the more common motor concerns and that your particular concerns may not necessarily be listed).

My child:

  • Loses his/her balance or trips/falls easily

  • Is clumsy or poorly coordinated

  • Struggles to keep up with peers with running, jumping, etc., at the playground or in sports

  • Has a hard time catching, kicking or throwing accurately

  • Avoids movement based play or finds creative ways to get out of moving

  • Has a hard time learning new movements

  • Seems weak or tires easily

  • Has poor posture

  • Experiences muscle or joint pain

To schedule an evaluation or to inquire about private or group based physical therapy, please contact us at: 585-924-2467 or email Kristen directly at KlyczekPT@frontier.com.

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