Occupational Therapists, teachers, and Parents will find this a resource in developmental information and treatment ideas in Fine Motor Development, Sensory Integration, Visual Perceptual Integration, and Developmental Milestones.
Solving this pencil themed grid maze requires more concentration than you might think. Help children improve visual tracking, visual discrimination, spatial awareness, and visual figure ground skills with this free printable.
Great chart for visual attention. Student has to find A, 1, B, 2, C, 3 and so on to Z, 26. Was really hard for some students. Add balance board and peripheral taps to make it more difficult. See this blog post to learn how to do peripheral taps. http://nashvillevisiontherapy.blogspot.com/2013/07/work-that-peripheral-vision.html
So what does working with Jonah’s retained primitive reflexes have to do with his eyes? Nothing! But it has everything to do with him responding effectively to his vision therapy that requires vision and motor responses. Persistent “retained” primitive reflexes result in reflexive movements that interfere with a child’s progress in vision therapy visual-motor activities.