Does your child struggle with activities that involve large movements, like throwing a ball, running jumping, or skipping?
If so, you may have heard that your child has trouble with gross motor skills. Gross motor skills involve movements of the large muscles of the arms, legs and torso.
Kids rely on gross motor skills for everyday activities at school, at home and in the community. Kids who struggle with gross motor skills have trouble doing whole-body such as jumping, running, hopping and throwing
Please be sure to ask your therapist about purchasing weighted blankets, listening CDs, Interactive Metronome program, thera-Band, and any of the sensori-motor equipment that will facilitate your child’s treatment and well being.