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Kinetotherapy

Kinetotherapy

Kinetotherapy

It develops motor skills, perception, orientation and spatiotemporal organization, provides motric control and stability.

Kinetotherapy or movement therapy for children with autism aims at developing gross and fine motor skills, developing the perceptual capacity, orientation and spatiotemporal organization, forming the correct body shape perception, educating the verticality and mechanisms of motor control, stability and balance, but also of improving or correcting already existing but insufficiently or poorly developed skills.

Also, during kinetotherapy there are activities that involve sensory integration, increased attention and concentration capacity and the development of the ability to maintain in a physical activity for as long as possible.

Therefore, kinetotherapy improves the ability to understand and respond to different activities, but also interacts and establishes visual contact, and helps to diminish characteristic stereotypes and hyperkinetic behavior.

 

 

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