Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome - Book
This accessible resource is specifically written for parents, teachers and healthcare professionals supporting children (from birth) going through to adulthood who have Down’s Syndrome. It is filled with a wide variety of purposeful games and activities with the goal of developing or improving skills required to carry out activities of daily living such as dressing, eating and personal care.
Explains and addresses topics including sensory processing, positioning, eating, drinking, motivation, stability, co-ordination, sensation etc, offering practical interventions and photocopiable worksheets (that can be used in everyday routine, educational settings or play time.
Written by an OT and parent of an adult with Down’s Syndrome. Photocopying from Fine Motor Skills for Children with Down Syndrome, Third Edition, is restricted to 15 pages or fewer for exchange between a child’s caregivers (family, therapists, educators). Photocopying for mass consumption (trainings, workshops, lectures, etc.) is prohibited.