Motor Skills

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Dance Therapists - Specialized Treatments
... Examples of these include Autism therapists connect on a sensory-motor level, provides a sense of acceptance and expands skills and cognitive abilities, increases maturity ...
Brain Types and Motor Skills
... Niednagel divides the types into four basic motor skill groupings using his own terminology (originally derived from Jung/Myers) which he believes is more precise EA, EI, CA, and CI ... types (FEAL, FEAR, BEAL, BEAR), are said to excel in the region of the brain responsible for gross motor skills ... types (FEIL, FEIR, BEIL, BEIR) are thought to possess the best fine motor skills of the four groups ...
... characterized as a learning disability in the category of written expression when one’s writing skills are below those expected given a person’s age ... The DSM is not clear in whether or not writing refers only to the motor skills involved in writing, or if it also includes orthographic skills and spelling ... People with dysgraphia can often write on some level and may lack other fine motor skills, for example they may find tasks such as tying shoes difficult ...
Aspects of Child Development - Motor Development - Speed and Pattern of Development
... The speed of motor development is rapid in early life, as many of the reflexes of the newborn alter or disappear within the first year, and slows later ... Like physical growth, motor development shows predictable patterns of cephalocaudal (head to foot) and proximodistal (torso to extremities) development, with movements at the head and in the more central ... By middle childhood and adolescence, new motor skills are acquired by instruction or observation rather than in a predictable sequence ...

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