SfA Task Oriented Movement Training for Children Handbook

1  Why adopt a task oriented approach to training abilities and participation in children

2  Defining task, activity and participation oriented training and intervention 

3 The T-I-E concept, perceptual-motor control and task analysis 

4 The child inherent factors that influence task engagement and performance 

5  Task structure and goals

6  Environmental factors that influence activity and participation 

7  Motor learning 

8  Designing a task oriented  intervention  for a child 

Getting to know the child, the family circumstances and expectation 

Identifying goals 

Assessing task performance of selected tasks and identifying constraints and promoting factors 

Adapting task and environment demands to allow success and promote learning 

Implementing a training program - increasing task demands over time