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Task Analysis Example Motor Skill
Sure: These are movements made with small muscles of hands. Some of these skills are pointing, using both hands to hold a toy, building a tower of two blocks, scribble with a crayon, using a spoon with some spilling, taking off their own socks. ...Read more
Practice: a wide variety of exposures. Wide variety of different puzzles.... free app ones on tablets for example. Frankly, you might want to give up on creative and thinking skills. Having a solid background in the classics, humanities, literature, arts with knowledge of the best and most creative ideas in history probablyl is better. Voeks "how to be an educated person" ...out of print but has all of this ...Read more
READ: and repeat understanding or "visualize" a cartoon in your head. For example: "Johnny bought new golf clubs, a new golf shirt,crayons and picked up his prescriptions at the pharmacy OR a mental picture of Johnny shopping at the pharmacy, carrying his golf bag/clubs, with crayons in the pocket of his new shirt as he picks up his medicine:. If you have trouble with names: i Phil- think "fill 'er up" ...Read more
By exploration.: Children develop their motor sensory and perceptual skills by exploring their environment. When they are very young they explore a great deal with their mouth and this is why we see them m outhing objects. As they learn to get around by sitting up and rolling they can see more of their environment. As they crawl, walk, and climb they discover all that they can about their world. ...Read more
Meditation: Consider reading The Relaxation Response by Herbert Beson, M.D. and don't overthink your thinking. ...Read more
No.: Cerebral palsy is a problem that arises because of damage done to the brain's motor centers, often at birth. Motor skill problems are not necessarily the result of damage but rather reflect poor integration of brain parts responsible for motor planning. Quite often, there is no identifiable damage to the areas involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several: Basic hygiene lessons on hand washing after toileting, brushing teeth everyday, healthy foods, water vs soda and get out and play. Don't forget safety talks about seat belts, strangers, social media caution. Limit TV/Screen time to no more than 2 hours a day. http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/healthy-habits-mothers-should-teach-kids#1 ...Read more
Make it fun: At the beginning practice sessions should only be 10-15 min and you can work up to 30 min. You can even have multiple 10 min sessions a day. Pick out some fun music books with songs your child may recognize. Sit at the piano bench with your child. Don't force practice sessions. If your child isn't enjoying it talk with them- maybe there is another activity they would rather put energy into. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to increase your memorizing skills? And are there some natural food (easy ones) to help in such?
I jacked off 50 times in 1 day and nothing's coming out. What should I do to improve my jacking off skills?
The degree to: which you are masterbating is quite excessive. Even a well can become temporarily dry if too much water is taken from it over a brief period of time. ...Read more
My interpretation skills is terrible. I don't make sense when I write a song or watch TV then debate with others. Any solution to fix this?
Focus Study Practice: Interpretation is a complex mind/brain activity skill. No medications with proven track record of improving brain function exist. The engineering of our brain+body is far to complex & such performance/results remain primarily science-fiction/marketing-claims to sell stuff. Successful medications mostly based on intense trial & error research & work by inhibiting/promoting a few cell functions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How to change my mindset? I.know that sometimes I get angry and I know inside to use my.coping skills but then I end up saying stuff I regret later to people I care/look up to.
Cognitive Behavioral: Therapy is the general approach most psychologists take to help people look at their thoughts and then make "adjustments." A specific example of this is anger management. Here's a reference: http://www.psychologyproductsandservices.com/page17.html ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Commitment to train: "we must learn to walk before we can run" so start out easy with brisk walk, then jogging, then increase to run overtime. Alternating between jog/walk/sprint provide good balance of cardiovascular and wt management benefits. Chose methods that fit your lifestyle/work/family--living healthy is a life-time commitment. Eat well/sleep well and exercise regularly. See doc regularly too. Good luck. ...Read more
Swimming: Ideal Work: Many people can swim regardless of their physical fitness. But, one who is without any muscle or nerve injuries uses most of their muscles to swim. You use your arms, legs buttocks, back and abdominal muscles. You use your neck muscles to turn to breath. But even if one has some weakness or injuries there are ways that being in the water and doing aerobic work helps strengthen muscles. ...Read more
Keep trying and...: ...don't feel so bad--the source of strange radio signals that have left astronomers at Australia's most famous radio telescope scratching their heads for 17 years has finally been discovered. It turns out it was a microwave oven (!) [Ref. Mensa Weekly Brainwave] ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many options: First, optimize sleep, exercise and nutrition, including healthy fats, omega 3's, b vitamins and mitochondrial support. Avoid stress, learn relaxation techniques and then there are many sources for exercising brain, like lumosity site, or sites that give tips on memory enhancing tips. There are many. Try learning new skills along with new information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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