Trina
MacAdam
Occupational
Therapist

2 convenient locations

Fine Motor Skills

Finger coordination is important for daily tasks like dressing and using cutlery, as well as for school tasks such as using scissors, writing using a pencil and typing on a keyboard. These skills develop during early childhood through play and daily activities however; some children need more practice mastering these tasks or have specific difficulties that require assistance. If you have concerns regarding your child’s coordination skills, handwriting or pencil grasp, Occupational Therapy assessment can provide you with additional information and assistance.