The ability to attend allows child to engage in tasks long enough to develop skills necessary for functional participation in daily activities.
Using two or more body parts together (i.e. both hands) to manipulate, hold, and/or stabilize task objects without fumbling task objects or letting them slip from one’s grasp (AOTA, 2014, p. S25).
Body awareness allows child to navigate safely through their environment.
Using movements of appropriate force, speed, or extent when interacting with task objects(AOTA, 2014, p. S25).