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Motor development testing

Motor development testing

Motor development testing: Motor development testing is designed to assess the fine (e.g. drawing a circle) and gross (e.g. running, jumping) motor skills, usually in regard to preschool-age children. These tests are usually performed to determine if there is a delay in the child's motor development, and to implement relevant fine- or gross-motor therapy.

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