Motor Skills

The movements that our bodies use every day require what is referred to as motor skills. Large movements such as crawling, walking, jumping, running, throwing kicking are called gross motor skills. Other skills that require more precise movements like picking up a crayon, putting puzzle pieces together, pulling up a zip, doing up a button are called fine motor skills. For the child with ADHD the development of these skills will follow the normal developmental timelines. The refinement of all of these skills could however be impacted by the symptoms of ADHD. It is therefore important to address the underlying…

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