Please complete this survey if you have contact with individuals with sensory integration or processing difficulties as part of your work life? (eg as a therapist, school staff, public service worker, etc).

Introduction to the Survey

Welcome to this short survey on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the sensory community. Thank you for participating. Your responses are collected and stored securely and completely anonymously.

By sensory integration or processing difficulties, we mean trouble with managing and reacting to information that comes in through the senses. This could mean that certain sounds, sights, smells, textures, and tastes can trigger a feeling of being overwhelmed. Or in some people, it can mean that they seek more sensory input: they may want to touch things; feel physical contact and pressure; they may prefer strong spicy or sour tastes.

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* 1. During the pandemic, I have worked:

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* 2. Have you delivered therapy (if relevant) via a video call?

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* 3. Have you used video calls to keep in touch with clients or students?

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* 4. How have the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic affected your professional life?

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* 5. What has been the toughest challenge presented by the pandemic in relation to your working life?

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* 6. Have you any advice or recommendations (either practices, books, products, technology etc) that you would like to pass on to people working in similar circumstances to you?

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* 7. Have there been any surprising upsides to the changes brought about by the pandemic?

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* 8. Looking ahead, do you see your work as being permanently changed by the pandemic and if so how?

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* 9. What sector do you work in?

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* 10. Not thinking about the pandemic conditions now, would you like to share a sentence or two on how you have made a difference to someone who has sensory integration or processing difficulties?

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