Monthly Archives: April 2016

  • Setting Up For Play Date Success With Developmental Delays

    If your child has a developmental or intellectual disability, you have likelyobserved them struggling with social interactions and play with peers fromtime to time. Children with Autism have particular difficulty with socialskills, as do some children with ADHD or a sensory processing disorder. Even your typically developing child can demonstrate behaviors that makeplay with peers […]

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  • How is Your Child’s Fine Motor Skills Developing?

    Fine motor skill is the coordination of small muscle movements, which occur in body parts such as the fingers, usually in coordination with the eyes. With motor skills of hands and fingers, the term dexterity is commonly used. Humans have a high level of manual dexterity that develops as we grow through the development and […]

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