OT Package 4: Motor Skills Assessment Package
Children use motor skills in many aspects of their day-to-day life. Typically, children develop motor skills at specific ages, but sometimes they might not reach milestones at the expected ages. Occupational Therapy can help to develop motor skills so your child can catch up to their peers.
What problems may be suitable for a Motor Skills Assessment?
- If your child is clumsy
- Difficulty with co-ordination
- Difficulty completing smooth continuous movement
- Fine motor difficulties
- Gross motor difficulties such as difficulty running, jumping, skipping etc.
- Visual perception difficulties
- Poor hand eye-coordination
What is Involved?
- Session 1: Initial intake parent/caregiver session to gather information relating to your child’s motor skills (1 hour)
- Session 2: 1.5 hour in-clinic session with your child to administer a standardised assessment tailored to your child’s needs (1.5 hours)
- Session 3: Feedback session (1 hour)
- Report writing and treatment plan – 2.5 hours of clinician time. This Assessment is based on a Total of 6 hours