Motor Skills

For children of all ages, the ability to use their bodies gracefully and effectively is important. Good motor skills help the person interact well with the physical and social world. Good coordination also contributes to a higher level of self esteem and confidence. Occupational therapists help your child develop coordination, balance, and the ability to interact with the world in a graceful manner.

Gross Motor Skills and Balancing

  • Clumsiness
  • Balancing Responses
  • Bilateral Coordination
  • Motor Planning
  • Muscle Tone and Endurance
  • Core Muscles
  • Crossing the Midline

Fine Motor Skills

  • Handwriting Skills
  • Bilateral Coordination
  • Hand Dominancy
  • Finger Movement
  • Manipulation of Small Objects
  • Accuracy
  • Cutting
  • Drawing
  • Pencil Grip
  • Dexterityrossing the Midline

Visual Motor

  • Visual Motor Integration
  • Visual Motor Coordination
  • Eye-hand Coordination
  • Visual Perception

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