Upper Limb Coordination

Upper limb coordination (also known as eye-hand coordination) is the ability to coordinate arm and hand movements combined with visual tracking. In physical therapy, a child often focuses on skills such as catching, throwing and dribbling, etc to develop upper limb coordination. A very young child may begin with rolling a ball back and forth with a play partner then learn to toss and catch a ball. Balls of all sizes and bean bags are excellent tools for developing Upper Limb Coordination. Upper limb coordination skills aid in the development of important eye movement skills used in reading, writing, and other necessary school tasks.

Upper Limb Coordination.pdf

Movement is life. Life is process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself.

Moshe Feldenkrais