Crossing the midline thats a goal or objective frequently used in music therapy sessions i have used it for children with autism children with developmental disabilities and for trauma influenced children. Are you wondering what crossing the midline is all about when occupational therapists and other professionals talk about midline crossing the midline they are referring to is an imaginary line drawn from the head to the feet that separates the left and the right halves of the body. Simple games with balls and bean bags can be adapted to make great activities for crossing the midline start by having your child kneel or sit cross legged on the floor as shown above. Crossing the midline is a skill area that if undeveloped can hold a child back from school related activities as well as activities of daily living. Crossing midline refers to moving the left hand arm foot leg across this line to the right side and vise versa crossing midline also refers to twisting the body in rotation around this imaginary line and leaning the upper or body across the middle of the body
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