All people have the inherent right to an education. And, all people no matter what their physical abilities and cognitive level, including children with sensory processing issues, have the right to participate in and experience educational activities in the same manner as their peers. It's the job of professionals through pediatric occupational therapy and school…Read more
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Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may not only have trouble with fine motor skills, but they might even have the habit of echolalia. Echolalia is the act of copying what you've heard. Your child might copy words immediately after they hear them or they may use it later on after remembering something they previously…Read more
Finger isolation is where your child can move each finger one at a time. Babies move their fingers all at the same time, however, as they develop, they start learning how to move each finger individually. Isolating finger movements is essential in the development of fine motor skills. Having this ability contributes to efficient typing…Read more
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