Please describe the Client's behaviors and issues.
Please describe the areas that you would like to address with the REI Custom Program.
Please list any medication the Client is taking.
1 out of 13
Please list any therapies the Client is undergoing.
Sees things others don't, such as shadows, colors, or objects moving.
Sleeps too much (or would like to given the chance).
Feelings of hopelessness, helplessness, negativity.
History of seizure activity that is currently inactive or controlled by medication.
Fixates on a thought, activity or object.
Confuses similar sounding words.
Difficulty telling which direction a sound came from.
Experiences uncontrollable vocalizations.
Verbally abusive toward others.
8 out of 13
Difficulty understanding abstract ideas.
Has trouble with time (always late, etc.).
Misinterprets others' comments. Takes things the wrong way.
Negative outlook on life.
Often has ringing in ears.
Feels the world is against them.
Recoils from touch; tactically defensive.
Makes the same mistakes repeatedly; doesn't seem to learn from mistakes.
Doesn't seem to know where body is; bumps into things and people.
9 out of 13
Has difficulty making decisions.
Has thoughts of harming self (including suicide).
Trouble grasping the 'big picture'.
Often tired, sluggish, slow moving.
Repeated negative thoughts.
Periods of confusion.
Often lacks the ability to see options.
Extreme cyclic changes in mood (very high to very low).
Trouble making changes in action; gets locked into an action and can't change course.
10 out of 13
Frequently experiences deja vu (feelings of experiencing the same thing before).
Occasionally hears voices in head.
History of head injury.
History of brain damage.
Often displays grandiose thinking.
Trouble following through on tasks, activities, making goals.
Fearful of specific things (snakes, spiders, heights, people).
Experiences frequent changes in sleep patterns.
Thoughts of hurting others.
Lacks empathy; has trouble understanding others' feelings.
Difficulty planning (tasks, activities, making goals).
Thinks in terms of 'black and white'; trouble seeing nuances in situations.
11 out of 13
Difficulty understanding/identifying own feelings.
Bothered by/sensitive to lights.
Adopted as a young child.
Aggressive to others.
Avoids going to noisy places such as restaurants, theaters, malls.
Prefers music, videos or TV too loud.
Often oblivious to certain sounds.
Misunderstands often; asks “what” a lot.
Difficulty judging how much to extend and flex muscles when dressing or during other activities.
Uses too much force when handling objects; slams doors, spills cup, breaks objects such as toys, etc.
Trouble judging the weight of an object; can’t tell the difference between two objects' weights.
Prefers tight-fitting clothes.
Seeks out highly physical activities involving bumping, jumping, or crashing into things.
Loves wrestling and tackling.
Responds negatively to light or unexpected touch.
12 out of 13
Highly sensitive to minor bumps, bruises, cuts.
Dislikes getting messy.
Doesn’t like washing face, brushing hair, or brushing teeth.
Unresponsive or under responsive when touched.
Repeatedly touches surfaces or seeks rough textures to touch.
Enjoys objects or activities with a strong sensory input.
Unable to identify objects by touch, including shape, texture, temperature or size.
Messy dresser; doesn’t care or seem to be aware of how clothes are hanging.
Fearful of walking on stairs or uneven ground.
Easily startled when unexpectedly moved or touched by someone.
Craves intense, fast-moving activities.
Enjoys spinning, swinging or bouncing and has difficulty stopping these activities.
Has a limp body; slumps while sitting.
Easily fatigued; tires easily.
13 out of 13
Poor gross motor skills; difficulty catching, climbing, jumping.