The Motor Learning Strategy Clinical Decision-Making Process
© D. Levac, CanChild, McMaster University, 2011
A clinical decision-making process outlining how therapists can use motor learning strategies in practice. Motor learning strategies are observable therapeutic actions involving the selection, manipulation and application of a motor learning variable according to client and task specific factors and with consideration of motor learning principles.
Levac, D., Missiuna, C., Wishart, L., DeMatteo, C., Wright, V. (2011). Documenting the content of physical therapy for children with acquired brain injury: Development and validation of the Motor Learning Strategy Rating Instrument. Physical Therapy, 91(5),689-99.