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FM Skills 3

Peds Motor Control: FM Skills

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Power Grasp (def) When the handle or object is held tightly against the palm and the arm and the shoulder produce the movement. Using the hammer to pound a nail or peg.
ways of grasping or holding objects or implements: power grasp, precision grasp
Precision grasp the thumb and fingertip are used to change the objects position or move the implement in contrast to the power grasp, this grasp requires the wrist and finger action (distal control)
Activities to promote strength development Pinch putty between the thumb and individual fingers in sequence of the index to the little finger and vice versa
Activities to promote strength development Press cookie cutter into play-doh or another similar substance
Activities to promote strength development Hold playing cards between two fingers; try to knock the cards out f the finger grasp
Activities to promote strength development Use rubber bands as resistance to finger and wrist movements
One way to assess the ability of child to constantly produce an appropriate amount of force. Good idea to use in short durations initially and gradually increase as it improves. tapping
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Hand Control *Hand fisted: flexion dominates
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Hand Control *Transfers cube hand to hand: thumb/finger opposition involved
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Hand Control *Holds crayon adaptively
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Hand Control *Imitates vertical and horizontal strokes
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Hand Control *Builds tower of cubes
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Spatial-Temporal Accuracy *Plays pat-a-cake
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Spatial-Temporal Accuracy *Visually tracks objects across midline
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Spatial-Temporal Accuracy *Puts three cubes in a cup
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Spatial-Temporal Accuracy *Places round, square and triangular shapes in form board
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Self-Help Skills *Drinks from cup
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Self-Help Skills *Uses spoon; spills a little
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Self-Help Skills *Removes clothes
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Self-Help Skills *Washes/dries hands
Examples of General Developmental Sequences for Object Manipulation for Self-Help Skills *Puts shoes on (does not tie)
Developmental Progression for Object Manipulation include several dimensions of behavior that must be considered when looking at FM development, these include: (3) Hand control(how/what purpose hands are used for), spatial-temporal accuracy (skills that require judging the space/timing of actions of hands), self-help skills
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