Sensory Processing
Also called Sensory Integration, this refers to the way the brain intreprets, controls and responds to information taken in from the senses
Bilateral Coordination
Bilateral coordination is the ability to use both sides of the body at the same time. 
Crossing Midline
Reaching across the middle of the body is an important developmental skill. It is necessary for learning to read across a line of writing and for using the hands and body effectively for many day to day activities.
Gross Motor Skills
They are involved in movement and coordination of the arms, legs, and other large body parts and movements. They participate in actions such as running, crawling, swimming, etc.
Fine Motor Skills
They  are involved in smaller movements that occur in the wrists, hands, fingers, and the feet and toes like picking up things between the thumb and the fingers, using a pencil or a fork. In this we assess-
• Strength • Finger isolation
• In-hand manipulation • Hand arches
• Thumb opposition • Pincer grasp
Oral motor function
Oral-motor skills involve the movements of the lips, jaw, tongue, and cheeks. These muscles are important for eating, drinking and speech. Examples of oral-motor activities including drinking from a straw, chewing, and blowing a toy horn. Children who struggle in this area may have problems tolerating different food textures, drinking from a cup, having their teeth brushed.
Visual Motor Skills
Also called Eye Hand Coordination, this is the ability to control hand movements guided by vision.
Pre-writing Skills
Certain fundamental skills should be in place before a child even picks up a pencil.
There are many reasons why some children have difficulty learning how to form letters and numbers.
Self Help Skills
There are four main types of self-help skills:
Self-feeding. The best way to build independent feeding skills is to learn the normal developmental stages of self-feeding.
Independent dressing and grooming.
Hygiene and toileting.
Helping with daily chores like table setting and picking up toys