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  • Gross Motor

    Gross motor limitations involve limitations in the movement of large body parts such as legs, back, arms. Examples include balancing, bending, carting, climbing, kneeling, lifting, foot control, pushing/pulling, reaching, sitting, squatting, standing, or walking.

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  • Fine Motor

    Fine motor movements are small movements that use the small muscles of a body part, often the hand. Examples include feeling/sensing, grasping, or handling/fingering.

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  • Other Motor

    These types of limitations refer to miscellaneous body movements such as body size, decreased stamina/fatigue, overall body coordination, overall body weakness/strength, slow movements/reaction time, spasm/tic/tremor/blinking, use of one hand/arm, or use of one side/full body.

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