My child's teacher says that she has poor fine motor skills. I can see that her pencil grip is really lousy. But I also have a poor pencil grip, and I coped fine at school.
Is it really important in the long run for me to take her to occupational therapy? It is so expensive and if I coped with my own poor pencil grip, then surely she will too? Isn't occupational therapy just a fad of the times?
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