Perceptual-motor and motor problems have long been associated with the hyperactivity syndrome. In most texts describing the hyperactivity syndrome, mention is made of motor problems as at least a probable related symptom that can be troublesome for the child. Wender (1973) stated that approximately half of all hyperactive children reveal coordination difficulties.
KeywordsFine Motor Dynamic Balance Tactile Stimulation Vestibular Stimulation Hyperactive Child
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