Visual Motor Processing

The kind of thinking needed to use feedback from the eyes to coordinate the movement of other parts of the body is called "visual motor processing." For example, eyes and hands need to work together if the child is going to write well with a pen or pencil. Children who have problems in this area may find it hard to write neatly or stay within the margins or on the lines of a page, use scissors, sew, move around without bumping into things, place objects on surfaces so they will not fall off, or participate in sports that require well-timed and precise movements in space.

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