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Pediatric Motor Planning – Webinar

August 22 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm MST

Smooth and coordinated motor skills are not only a product of strong motor planning but also of sensory integration to elicit a coordinated motor response (Martel, et al., 2022). Motor planning deficits can be lifelong, and it is common for children with other diagnoses to have delays in motor skills. Motor planning delays can present in a variety of patterns from general discoordination or specific motor deficits such as gross, oral, or fine motor delays. Children with ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, dyslexia, or an intellectual disability often struggle with motor planning and coordination delays. Research conducted by Miller and colleagues in 2022 looked at the differences in body schema and motor learning abilities and found that children with developmental coordination disorders improved their motor control and coordination with the practice of motor skills. Learning about evidence-based research treatments and the best practices when it comes to children with motor planning disorders is essential to being the best pediatric practitioner you can be. This course uses evidence, videos, and case studies to learn the best practices when working with children with motor planning delays.


  • Review the most up-to-date motor planning treatment strategies you can use right away
  • Immediately reduce the negative effects of motor planning deficits for your clients and solidify your learning through videos and case examples which demonstrate effect on outcomes


August 22
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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