Motor Skills

Motor skills are actions which enable us to use our arms, legs, feet, hands and our entire body. They are divided into two categories gross motor and fine motor. Gross motor are the larger movements of crawling, walking, running, jumping while fine motor are smaller actions which involve precise movement such as drawing. Acquiring motor skills is developmental and for your child with ASD these may develop along the typically expected timelines or may be delayed. Development of fine motor skills relies on the emerging skills of hand eye coordination which can be a challenge for a child with ASD.…

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