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It is an important skill set most kids struggle with, be it Neuroypical (NT) or Diverse. As a therapist, challenges that we may face while teaching a child on the spectrum may be as varied as

#poor self regulation

#no sitting tolerance

#inadequate visuo-spatial-perceptual processing

#lacking fine motor gradation

#poor strength in shoulder stabilisers, upper limb , core muscles.

and so on....

A mainstay of therapy begins with co-regulating the child with 'just the right challenge' and a 'sensory apt' environment.This along with specific sensory motor based activities lays the foundation for learning a skill set with greater ease, lesser time and smooth transitions across social settings ( clinic, home and school)

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