What is the theory behind this Occupational therapy worksheet?
Children who went through traumatic brain injury or developmental issues may suffer from visual dysfunctions. Also, this can be a result of age related issues. Many other medical issues or disorders contribute to problems with vision. Occupational therapy can provide treatments that will work on visual alignment, processing, and also teach clients different strategies to utilize their vision.
How will the worksheet help?
This worksheet provides an activity that will help children in recognizing the correct alignment of the alphabets and numbers. They will also know the difference between the two categories.
How to use this worksheet?
Read the Alphabet or number from the left. Then circle the one which appears exactly in the same position from the group on the right. Also the clients are requires to state which ones are the alphabets while which ones are the numbers.
Occupational therapy vision worksheet
Case-Smith, J., & O’Brien, J. C. (2004). Occupational therapy for children. Elsevier Health Sciences.
Frith, U. (1986) A developmental framework for developmental dyslexia. Annals of Dyslexia 36, 67–81
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