Motor Skills

By the time your child reaches primary school they will have developed the gross motor skills of crawling, walking, jumping, running, throwing kicking and the fine motor skills of being able to undertake tasks such as picking up crayons, pencils, puzzle pieces, threading and twisting and construction such as stacking building blocks. For a child with ADHD it is about their attention to these tasks, their impulsivity, hyperactivity and ultimately their safety. Specific attention to these symptoms needs to be undertaken to ensure the development of these areas continues and that the essential social interactions that occur when undertaking these activities…

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