Even though in this day and age more word processing is getting done on the computer more and more, handwriting is still important for everyday tasks like note taking, list making, letters, and more.
Writing is actually a complex task and it incorporates coordination, speed, strength, organization, thought power, not to mention endurance. The truth it very few patients are autodidact enough to be able to develop good handwriting skills on their own. Integrating the many active skills used in writing presents unique challenges to certain individuals.
The fact of the matter is that patients who write well can more easily excel in the school setting and the work setting. As their education progresses at a rapid pace, patients who experience learning challenges when it comes to handwriting are set up to sag back in development and fall behind. Acquiring the skills to write effectively and write well does not have to be a painful process. It can even be fun, not to mention rewarding on many levels.
We help patients learn how to practice the complicated task of writing, boost brain power and dexterity, not to mention hand-eye coordination and increase motor skills development.
Omix Therapies offers Handwriting Classes for a diverse patient base of patients of all capabilities. We aim to present our sensory-motor groups in an interactive and fun manner that will give patients the maximum benefits. We’ll teach patients balance, movement, memory, coordination, perception, and control with our multi-dimensional approach. Our patients learn great habits early on that will set the foundation toward excellent written communication skills.
Our specialists are dedicated to providing a challenging yet compassionate atmosphere where our focus is always on the child. We make our decisions and custom-tailor our approach to suit each individual’s needs.
If you’d like to learn more about our handwriting classes at Omix Therapies, contact us today to schedule your consultation. We have a long track record of getting great results from patients of a wide range of ability.