Moving and Sensing

Learn more about the 11 Areas of Evaluation, and gain a clearer understanding of your child’s specific challenges and needs.

Moving and Sensing

Learn about any problems that may be happening in your child’s sensorimotor development.

Activities like walking and running, writing, drawing, stringing beads, catching a ball. Children with motor challenges often have difficulty with spatial skills like reading a map and completing a puzzle. Also included in this domain are skills like seeing how visual images are parts of a whole and remembering information seen in a graph or other visual display. Finally, sensory processing is included in this domain as our sensory systems engage with visual and motor. Children with sensory sensitivities may have differences in sensory processing of things we see, hear, smell, taste and touch.

Dexterity

Dexterity

Is your child hating to work with tiny pieces?

Drawing

Drawing

Is your child having trouble drawing?

Central Coherence

Central Coherence

Is your child getting stuck on details and missing the big picture?

Sensory Sensitivity

Sensory Sensitivity

Is your child overwhelmed by loud noises, bright lights, and stinky smells?

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