Through this link you will find expected fine and gross motor milestones for your child's age/level of development:
Pediatric Occupational Therapists focus on the areas of cognitive and perceptual skills, self- care skills, social skills, fine motor skills, and gross motor skills.
Occupational Therapists can treat the following:
Reading and Writing
If my child has difficulty in letter recognition and letter reproduction?
Inattention and distractibility to written and or reading tasks?
Reversal of letters such as b for d or p for q?
Difficulty copying from a blackboard or a whiteboard?
Poor orientation of puzzle pieces: “gives up"?
Dressing and Feeding
Dressing: clothes or shoes on backwards?
Dressing: shoes on wrong feet?
Food is pushed off plate?
Poor pencil grasp?
Poor scissor skills?
Clumsy grasp & release skills?
Difficulty holding small objects, manipulating tools, pencils or scissors?
Unable to complete mazes, dot-to-dots, etc.?
Flinching or other responses when catching a ball?
Level of avoidance or motivation to gross motor activities?
Unable to hop, skip, jump, run, etc.?
Difficulty coordinating body sides?
Withdrawal from social situations?
Lack of group interaction (avoidance), lack of confidence in oneself?
Poor eye contact?
Poor body language?
Address: 225 Wes Park Drive
Perry, GA 31069
Phone: (478) 987-1610
Fax: (973) 965-4580
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM