(TSI™) DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration™

By Georgia A. DeGangi, PhD, OTR and Ronald A. Berk, PhD

(TSI™) DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration™

Benefits

Permits early detection of sensory processing deficits that could lead to later learning difficulties

Ages

3 to 5 years

Admin Time

30 minutes

Format

Individually administered by a therapist, who rates the child's performance on specific tasks

Scores

Clear cutoff scores

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TSI Kit

Includes 1 Set of Test Materials; 25 Star Design Sheets; 25 Protocol Booklets; 1 Manual

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TSI Star Design Sheet (Pad of 100)

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TSI Manual

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(TSI™) DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration™

(TSI™) DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration™

 Safety Warning Choking Hazard CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

BY GEORGIA A. DEGANGI, PHD, OTR AND RONALD A. BERK, PHD

The DeGangi-Berk Test of Sensory Integration (TSI) makes it easier to identify sensory integrative dysfunction in young children. Sensitive to even subtle developmental deficits, the TSI permits early detection of problems that could lead to learning difficulties if left untreated.    

Designed for use with 3- to 5-year-old children, the TSI includes 36 items measuring overall sensory integration as well as three clinically significant subdomains: Postural Control, Bilateral Motor Integration, and Reflex Integration. These vestibular-based functions are essential to the development of motor skills, visual–spatial and language abilities, hand dominance, and motor planning.    

TSI items require the child to perform specific tasks or respond to various stimuli. The test can be individually administered and scored in just 30 minutes. The therapist simply rates the child’s performance on each item, using a numerical scale ranging from “abnormal” to “normal” development. In addition to a total score, the TSI provides scores for each of the three subdomains measured. Cutoff points allow you to quickly compare the child’s performance with that of normal, at risk, and deficient youngsters.    

The TSI effectively differentiates normal and developmentally delayed children. When used as the basis for screening decisions, total scores demonstrate an 81% accuracy rate, with a false normal error rate of only 9%.

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