Autism and Apraxia Treadmill Protocol
This manual details the protocol for using the treadmill to improve visual-motor skills, postural control, balance, and gait in children with Autism and Apraxia. It includes a 35 minute DVD that demonstrates in detail the progressive sequences for establishing improvement of visual-motor organization.
There are no handouts for this course.
1. Describe the purpose of treadmill activities for students with autism and apraxia.
2. Describe the importance of the visual component in treadmill activities.
3. List the 6 Sequences of Treadmill activities.
4. Identify the potential benefits of using the treadmill protocol for students with autism and apraxia.
Level I Introductory/ no prerequisites required.
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