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  • Results are updated, shared, and discussed during the in-person training

  • Following the programme, children have consistently shown improved visual motor integration scores, frequently scoring above their expected age (often by over a year)

  • The children's visual perceptual skills when re-tested are often vastly improved

  • As a by-product, they have improved their drawings of people – indicating improved body organisation as well as far more sophisticated drawing skills

  • Some results are discussed as case studies: e.g. one child started therapy with a Beery Visual Motor Integration (VMI) score on the 1st percentile, able to imitate a vertical line only with support – following input, he scored on the 87th percentile rank and was able to copy shapes beyond his age expectation




Post assessment –
3 weeks later

Children quickly and independently self correct spacial and directional challenges.

Children independently notice and manage changes in direction and the complexity of corners.

Children are more able to initiate drawings with confidence.

Children use their skills and become independent problem solvers.

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An unexpected but clinically understandable result has been the improvements in 'drawings of people'.


The same child's picture post intervention 

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