How we can help your kids
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How we can help your kids Difficulties in visual perception affect our ability to adapt to the world around us. This in turn affects our abilities in reading, writing, maths and spelling. Plus they can impact on the activities of daily living. Step 1 Assessment to establish areas of strength and weakness. Standardised test are used: Beery Test of Visual Motor Integration (VMI-4) Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test (revised MVPT-R) Developmental Test of Visual Perception (DTVP-2): Test of Visual Analysis Skills (TVAS) Evaluation Tool of Childrens Handwriting (ETCH-Manuscript). Monroe Visual Memory Test: Auditory Memory Tests Handwriting Observation and Speed. Clinical Observation Step 2 Individual occupational therapy aims are: Work on the underlying skills necessary for a child to learn. These areas are visual perception, auditory perception, gross and fine motor skills, language and comprehension. Providing professional services by an occupational therapist with over 20 years of experience working with children. To Liaise with parents/caregivers, doctors, teachers and other professionals involved with the child in order to have an integrated programme to maximise the benefit and to help reach the potential of the child. Step 3 Contact me for more details, my competitive rate or to make an appointment. Contact us here We Work With Your Child At Their School Or In Your Home. Children That Can Be Helped Children with learning difficulties have problems with reading, spelling, maths, handwriting, fitness, etc Developmental delays not reaching his/her milestones within the normal range of time. Dyspraxia/Developmental Dyspraxia a motor planning difficulty. Visual perception/processing difficulties processing, interpreting and making sense of what we see. Motor problems gross and fine motor difficulties, clumsy, difficulty with buttons, laces etc. Handwriting difficulties poor legibility, slow writing speed, not being able to get things down on paper as quickly as others. Keyboard/typing skills if a computer is to be of advantage to a child he/she must be able to touch type accurately, (speed comes with practise). Otherwise the computer does not meet the aims that it was intended for i.e. improving speed, accuracy and presentation of work. A combined assessment including Educational Psychologist, occupational therapist and speech-language therapist can be arranged.
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