Occupational Therapy -> Fine Motor Skills -> Typing


Typing has become an important skill for students and adults. Typing requires fine motor skills to press the keys and visual skills to find the accurate keys and place the hands correctly. Typing is often addressed in occupational therapy when an individual has difficulty with legible handwriting and is used as an adaptation to written expression. Typing may be addressed when an individual has difficulty accessing or utilizing a keyboard as occupational therapists can adapt and modify the task to increase independence.

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  • To meet Peter role as a student, Peter will complete 9 out of 10 homework assignments independently using assistive technology by March 5, 2023 . 0