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PHS321 Lecture 3/15

Development of handfunction in children

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What are the requirments for hand function control and stabilisation of trunk, upper body and shoulder grdle. Visual regard, wrist control
what age does fisting occure fisting is the closure of the hand to form a fist occuering at 1 month
when does hand to hand occur 3 month stage
what occurs at 2-3 month stage with regards to hand function visual tracking horizontaly, verticaly and diagonally and attempted one handed reaching
what age does bimanual symetrical reaching occure at at 4 and 5 month stage
at 6m what interms of reach can a child accomplish unilateral reaching in supine px
when does unilateral reaching with sitting occur at 8-9month stage
over what period does the grasp reflex diminish Grasp reflex diminishes over 0-3 month stage
describe the progression of grapsing with times 1.reflexive grasping (0-3m)2.Palmer- ulnar palmer grip (3-4m) -palmer grasp (4-5)-radial palmar graps (6-7)5.racking grasp (6-7)6. siccor grasp 8m, poking index (7-8m)7. Pincer - inferior pincer (9-10) - pincer (11)- fine pincer (12)
at 6 months interms of hand function what is a child able to do Radial palmer grasp, can accomodate object, transfer object with assisted release
What can a child do at 7-8 m (no poking) Striking objects, Tfer btw hands voluntary relese and poking
describe pencil task with progression and times 1. cylindrical (stabbing) (18)2. pronated cylindrical (plunging) (24)3.static tripod (3y)4 dynamic tripod (4y)
Describe load forces for children and why they amy be applying more force than required in adults load forces are synchronous in children they are sequential. children place greater loads than what is required due to reduced previouse experience need for motor learning
Describe the MACS MACS is the manual abilities classification system classify how children with cerebral palsy use their hands when handling objects in daily activities
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