Tag Archives: Bilateral Coordination

Come Fly with Me! – Paper Airplanes for OT

[Source:  Your Kids OT] Paper planes appeal to kids (and adults) of all ages.  It may be something you did as a child with a grownup helping you to perfect a great flyer. You may not have stopped to think … Continue reading


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OT/PT Corner: Why Crossing Midline is Important for Development

Editor’s Note:  This article is directed at parents and is a great article for sharing. [Source:  North Shore Pediatric] As babies grow and develop certain milestones are often celebrated, such as rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking. As a pediatric occupational … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Why Crossing Midline is Important for Development

Editor’s Note:  This article is directed at parents and is a great article for sharing. [Source:  North Shore Pediatric] As babies grow and develop certain milestones are often celebrated, such as rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking. As a pediatric occupational … Continue reading


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Come Fly with Me! – Paper Airplanes for OT

[Source:  Your Kids OT] Paper planes appeal to kids (and adults) of all ages.  It may be something you did as a child with a grownup helping you to perfect a great flyer. You may not have stopped to think … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Crossing the Midline – Bilateral Coordination

[Source:  Sensory Edge] One issue that can develop with young children is an inability to cross the midline. This means that a child will not take their hands or arms across the center of their body. For example, if you … Continue reading


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