POST-TEST AND EVALUATION Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) refers to: The inability to feel food as it is swallowed. A complex disorder of the brain that affects the way sensations are experienced and organized. A complex disorder that affects mostly females. A brain disorder that makes hearing difficult.Homonymous Hemianopsia is defined as: Hemianopic visual field loss on the same side of both eyes. Hemianopic visual field loss in one eye.What is another name for Sensory Processing Disorder? Sensory Integration Dysfunction Homonymous Hemianopsia Sensory Integration Techniques Sensory Processing DisablementWhich patient populations might present with sensory integration difficulties: Students labeled ADD/ADHD Patients with acquired brain injury The elderly Autistic patients or those with symptoms on the autistic spectrum All of the aboveBrain injury can result in sensory integration difficulties. True FalseWorking Memory typically degrades with age. True FalseThe brain develops through 3-dimensional movement. True FalseGravity taps into: the cerebral cortex the pre-frontal cortex the muscles in the hand the most primitive part of the brain that wakes up both hemispheresSwitching between the left and right hand in an activity such as The Multi-Matrix Game can help integrate the left and right hemispheres of the brain. True FalseWhen you turn the head you: integrate the left and right hemispheres of the brain stimulate the part of the brain responsible for eye movement control engage the endocrine system stimulate the part of the brain responsible for visual acuity or eyesightThe Vestibular system is: related to the circulatory system a myth the foundation for vision development a gastrointestinal syndromeWhich behavior is worth noting when observing a client using The Multi-Matrix Game? The inability to follow instructions Whispering to self The inability to alternate hands or cross the midline Stress or extreme anxiety All of the aboveSensory over-responsivity is characterized by intense, quick responses to sensory stimuli. True FalseName the research article you chose for Assignment #1 and list your key findings.Detail your personal experience dealing with increasing brain loads in Assignment #2.List your client/volunteer observations from Assignment #3.The course met the objective of describing Sensory Processing Disorder. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeThe course allowed for varied practice of sensory integration techniques. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeThe course was applicable to my client population. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeThe instructor was knowledgeable in the subject matter. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeThe subject matter was presented effectively and clearly. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeThe course technology was easy to navigate and appropriate to support learning. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeI would take another course in this format. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeI would refer a peer to this course. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeThe course met the objective of identifying populations that can benefit from sensory development. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreeThe course met the objective of describing the importance of 3-dimensional movement for brain development. Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly DisagreePlease rate the administration of the course. Good Fair Poor Not applicableHow long did it take you to complete the course?Additional comments welcomed:Upon submission, you should receive a Certificate of Completion from your educational provider in 7-10 business days. Name Email License number and organization you purchased course from (required for certificate) Phone Time is Up!