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What is not an appropriate intervention when initially working with a child with gravitational insecurity?

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Asked by OSUOT, Last updated: May 29, 2020

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Answered Dec 05, 2018

Moving backwards in space

Rationale: All of these are appropriate interventions when beginning treatment, except for moving backwards in space children with gravitational insecurity tend to be frightened of moving backwards and this should not be done until later in treatment after you have gained the trust of the child and he/she has made some gains. Source: OT 745 (Case-Smith) notes titled Sensory Integration Additional information: Chapter 11 in Occupational Therapy for Children textbook (Case-Smith)
 

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