50 Bimanual Activities of Daily Living – FREE Printable
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Bimanual activities are skills that we use two hands to complete. All children benefit from practicing bimanual skills to help develop coordination skills, cross midline, and functional life skills. Children with cerebral palsy, especially hemiplegia, are often encouraged to participate in bimanual activities. Many times following a period of constraint therapy, bimanual exercises are recommended. This list of 50 bimanual activities of daily living makes it a little easier to facilitate these skills.
With the busy schedules of today’s families, it can be so difficult to allocate time to practice all the skills necessary. This list of 50 bimanual activities of daily living, the skills can be practiced throughout the normal routine of the day at home and school. You can download a FREE two page printable at the bottom of the post.
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