Physical Therapy -> Praxis -> Ideation


This requires a child to think about, visualize, or watch the task they want to do. Once they know what they want to do, they can move to the next step. If your child has difficulty visualizing a task, the task can appear clumsy or uncoordinated or your child may be labeled as lazy or lack safety awareness. PT can help by showing the child picture cards, demonstrating a task, and helping talk them through the task.

Activity List(s)

Goal Bank

  • Trey will orient head towards rattle, with verbal cuing, with 75% success, for 30 seconds over 2 sessions, to improve spatial awareness for toy play. 1