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Triangle Therapy address: 3602 Trail 23, Durham NC 27707, 919-489-7771, hours: M-F 7:30-5:30 pm

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a very young client of Triangle TherapyWhat to Look For

Indicators can be subtle, like having difficulty with puzzle pieces or buttons. In other cases, the need for therapy is more obvious, like when a child avoids using one side of the body or an awkward gait.

Here's a brief list of indicators that may alert you to the need for professional assessment:

  • Difficulty with gross or fine motor skills.
  • Difficulty with eye-hand coordination.
  • Balance problems.
  • Decreased strength or endurance.
  • Activity level that is unusually high or low.
  • Late establishment of hand preference.
  • Difficulty with coloring or writing.
  • Trouble dressing or using fasteners.
  • Difficulty with eating or feeding.
  • Over or under reaction to touch, movement, or noises.
  • Need for orthotics.

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