Do you or your child ...
Use this simple screener to answer some yes/no questions about common challenges that can often be helped by our programs. The more yes answers of course the better fit the Tiger Tamers Club is for you or your child. Answer yes if any part of the question is difficult on a fairly regular basis or occurs more often than is typical for that age.
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Exhibits poor endurance, is clumsy, weak, and tires easily, avoids physical activity, and/ or movement (ex: swings, climbing, exercise) *
1 point
Demonstrates poor eye-hand coordination *
1 point
Demonstrates a poor sense of rhythm, timing *
1 point
Difficulty learning fine or gross motor tasks / activities (ex: using crayons, building blocks, or scissors and / or biking, swimming, throwing, catching) *
1 point
Has trouble distinguishing between left and right *
1 point
Seems bothered by textures on body (ex: sticky items, clothing fabrics / tags) *
1 point
Avoids many foods and/or foods with varying textures (ex: fruit in yogurt, nuts on candy bar) *
1 point
Bothered by background noise and/or loud, unexpected sounds (ex: humming of lights, fans, door closing loudly, flushing toilet, fire alarms) *
1 point
Plays too roughly (ex: hurts other inadvertently, slapping, punching) *
1 point
Constantly on the move; seeks intense crashing or rough play (ex: seeks aggressive behaviour) *
1 point
Avoids sustained eye contact *
1 point
Doesn’t seem to notice or over responds to external stimuli (ex: touch, smell, noise) *
1 point
Has an activity level that seems unusually high or unusually low *
1 point
Exhibits poor posture, slumps, or slouches *
1 point
Constantly moving, tapping foot, etc / may increase when trying to pay attention *
1 point
Seems irritable, short-tempered, easily upset, hurt / take a long time to recover *
1 point
Appears emotionally intense in most activities/Has frequent mood fluctuations *
1 point
Does not transition smoothly from one activity to another (ex: going from group work to recess) *
1 point
Avoids social situations; prefers to be alone *
1 point
Is easily overwhelmed, frustrated by daily activities *
1 point
Appears anxious, bites nails, face and body are not relaxed *
1 point
Is not affectionate, not touching or hugging *
1 point
Seems needy, lacks independence, has low self-reliance, and self-esteem *
1 point
Has difficulty following and/or a delayed response to what others are saying *
1 point
Is difficult to understand doesn’t speak clearly; mumbles *
1 point
Has difficulty identifying and distinguishing between different words, sounds, or letters *
1 point
Is unable to complete two or more unrelated commands (ex: “put your things away and stand in line”) *
1 point
Needs frequent redirection and/or refocusing toward task at hand / gets easily distracted *
1 point
Exhibits poor working memory (ex: forgets things just explained) *
1 point
Has difficulty organizing personal spaces/takes a long time to perform household or work-related activities and/or often fails to begin or complete tasks or projects *
1 point
Has difficulty self-regulating actions and/or emotions *
1 point
Has a tendency to ramble, can’t “get to the point” *
1 point
Acts before thinking; impulsive *
1 point
Has trouble falling and/or staying asleep *
1 point
Needs someone else in the room to fall asleep *
1 point
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