Fine Motor Skills
– improve small movements of the hands, wrists, fingers, feet, toes, lips and tongue.
Gross Motor Skills – use large muscles in the arms and legs to move roll, crawl, walk, run and jump.
Sensory Processing – absorb incoming sensory signals – vision, hearing, smell, taste, touch, vestibular (movement), and proprioception (body awareness) – and make an appropriate response or reaction.
Eye-Hand Coordination (visual motor skills) – coordinate vision with body movements to complete a task
Transition Skills – tools, assessments, and resources to support individuals and families going through transition from adolescence to adulthood (14 to 22 years). For those with autism, the transition journey has many common challenges: secondary education, employment, social relationships, independence, self-advocacy, and daily living
– learn to recognize, organize, interpret and remember visual images.
Social Skills – interact in a socially acceptable and age-appropriate manner.
Bilateral Integration – perform skills or make fluid movements with both sides of the body.
Motor Planning (praxis) – train your brain to conceive, plan and execute movements and sequential tasks.
Academic skills – encourage language, math, reasoning and literacy