The development of a child's handwriting can provide clues to developmental Occupational therapists can evaluate the underlying components that support a.
Fine motor skills (with an emphasis on utensil manipulation, zipping, tying, and buttoning) and hand-eye coordination were the primary foci of treatment. Thus, my question: would therapy help at all in this scenario, and are there any OTs who treat handwriting in adults?.
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accepted for inclusion in Occupational Therapy Capstones by an authorized administrator . of handwriting with adults and its relation to occupational therapy .