An Intimate Relationship
By Raquel Munitz Benabib, M.S

A very important visual accomplishment in a child’s first 12 months of development is the establishment of appropriate sensory matches from a variety of inputs (proprioceptive, kinesthetic, vestibular, and visual). Children who demonstrate difficulties with coordination, bilateral integration, balance, eye-hand function, and learning often receive faulty feedback from their environment due to mismatches of these different sensory inputs.

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