Motor Assessments 




Motor Assessments can assist in identifying areas of motor skills that facilitate or hinder a child’s occupational roles and performance. Formal assessments provide information not only on the nature of the child’s motor performance compared to same aged peers but also useful information on the quality of the movement and the specific nature of impairment.


The BOT-2 is used to measure fine and gross motor skills of children and youth in the areas of fine manual control, manual coordination, body coordination, strength and agility. The assessment provides a full range of fun and interesting tasks including maintaining balance while standing on one leg, bouncing a ball, and cutting out a circle are just a few examples.










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