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Bilateral Coordination

Bilateral Coordination

Bilateral Coordination involves the ability to use both sides of the body at the same time.

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Developmental Milestones

Developmental Milestones

Developmental Milestones are skills and behaviors that are recognized by parents that their child is growing and developing. These milestones are achieved by most children by a certain age.

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Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning

Executive Function is a term used to describe the many tasks one's brain performs that are necessary to think, act, and solve problems.

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Fine Motor Skills

Fine Motor Skills

Fine Motor Skills involve the use of precise and coordinated movements of the fingers to perform hand use tasks.

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Gross Motor Skills

Gross Motor Skills

Gross Motor Skills involve the use of large muscles groups for the performance of functions such as walking, running, jumping, riding a bike and playing sports.

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Handwriting Skills

Handwriting Skills

Handwriting is a complex process of recording language by hand, often by using paper and a pen or pencil.

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Literacy

Literacy & Communication

Simply put, literacy is the ability to read and write. Communication includes the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information through speech, gesture, behavior, symbols, and/or written materials.

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Self Care / Life Skills

Self Care / Life Skills

Self Care and Life Skills involve the most important occupations children learn as they grow. These skills include dressing, toilet hygiene, bathing and showering, personal hygiene/grooming, eating and feeding, functional mobility, sleep, meal preparation, community mobility, health maintenance, home management (clothing care, cleaning), shopping, and care of others and pets.

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Sensory Processing Skills

Sensory Processing Skills

Sensory Processing refers to the way a person’s nervous system receives sensory messages and turns them into responses. These senses include sight (vision), sound (auditory), touch (tactile), taste (gustatory), body position (proprioception) and movement (vestibular). Most people receive and organize these messages effortlessly into adaptive physiological and behavioral responses.

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Social Skills

Social Skills

Social Skills refers to effective interaction and communication with others. It is necessary for developing and keeping friendships and other relationships. Well developed skills allow children to “fit in” and be accepted by their community.

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Visual Motor Integration

Visual Motor Integration

Visual Motor Integration is the coordination of hand movements based upon the perception of visual information.

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Visual Perception

Visual Perception

Visual Perception is the vision skills needed to understand, evaluate, and interpret what is seen.

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