Motor Skills Disorder (cont.)
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Motor Skills Disorder: Next Steps
The amount of frustration engendered in trying to achieve competency with motor activities should be balanced against the potential gain in proficiency.
Motor Skills Disorder Follow-up
Local educational authorities may require reevaluations every six months; reevaluations in older children may be less often (yearly or every other year).
Prevention of Motor Skills Disorder
It is essential to recognize motor problems early. Early intervention services for preschoolers should be aggressively implemented to prevent comorbid disorders as well as to achieve possible resolution of symptoms in some individuals.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/9/2015
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