Fair Work Behaviors

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The child was uncooperative most of the time. He demonstrated fair work behaviors, poor body awareness, poor following directions and required mod verbal, visual, tactile cues and HOHA during pre-feeding activity, weight bearing and obstacle course. He was frequently noted to be self-stimulated as evidenced by flapping his hands and clapping. He demonstrated resistance and non-purposeful movement to resist the banana touching his hands, entering his mouth and chewing a piece of crackers. But the OT was able to get a piece of the banana and a piece of crackers into his mouth and rubbing the banana on his hands which he immediately spits it out and wiped his hands off. During the obstacle course, he was easily distracted and required moderate

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