Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome
A Guide for Parents & Professionals (Topics in Down Syndrome)

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The popular book Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome is now available in a completely revised third edition. The author is an occupational therapist and parent of an adult with Down syndrome. She describes how the characteristics of Down syndrome can impact the acquisition and progression of fine motor skills. She presents a thorough overview of the building blocks of fine motor development, following the course of development from infancy through to adulthood: ? Early arm and hand control ? Stability ? Bilateral coordination ? Sensation ? Dexterity Also covered are the fine motor aspects of important daily living skills for home and school with step-by-step activities to build: ? Scissor skills ? Pencil grasp development ? Pre-printing, printing & cursive writing ? Keyboard skills ? Computer and tablet skills ? Dressing, grooming, and feeding skills With expanded and updated information on fine motor skills and computer and personal electronic device use, keyboarding skills, postural support, sensory processing, and the adult years, readers will have at their fingertips a wealth of information and guidance to support the fine motor development of children and adults.

AuthorMaryanne Bruni
Height990 mm
Length690 mm
Width80 mm
Language TypePublished
MPNb/w photos
Number Of Items1
Number Of Pages290
Package Quantity1
Part Numberb/w photos
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2016-02-20
PublisherWoodbine House Inc.,U.S.
StudioWoodbine House Inc.,U.S.
Sales Rank594415

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