Isabella Catarina, OT/S

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The impact of community-based motor performance programs on children and adolescents with neurodivergent conditions is the topic of investigation for this scoping review. We have reviewed articles that used various approaches, such as quasi-experimental designs, randomized controlled trials, and meta-analyses. The results highlight the beneficial impact that community-based programs have on motor skills, including coordination, agility, and general motor proficiency. Commonly used interventions and their effect are demonstrated here. These highlight the potential impact of community-based programming on improved motor development and performance of children and adolescents with neurodivergent conditions.

Faculty Mentor

Tania Rosa, O.T.D., OTR/L

Academic Discipline

College of Health & Wellness



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