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Comparison of Handwriting Legibility and Visual Motor Integration in Different Age Groups


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1 Dept of Rehabilitation Sciences; Jamia Hamdard, India
2 Department of rehabilitation sciences. Jamia Hamdard Delhi; Formerly Head (Department of Occupational Therapy) DIRD; GGSIP University, Delhi, India
     

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Comparison of handwriting legibility and visual motor integration in different age groups was performed on adults and old age person . Three group were formulated of 20-39, 40-59 and 60-79. Handwriting Assessment Battery for Adults and Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test were assessed for all three groups. It was analysed that Handwriting Legibility decreases with age. The most affected factors were Word Legibility and Letter Legibility. Whereas Visual motor integration is maximum in 40-59 and least in Group 60-79.

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Handwriting Legibility, Visual- Motor Integration.
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Authors

Nanaki Singh
Dept of Rehabilitation Sciences; Jamia Hamdard, India
Shubha Arora
Department of rehabilitation sciences. Jamia Hamdard Delhi; Formerly Head (Department of Occupational Therapy) DIRD; GGSIP University, Delhi, India

Abstract


Comparison of handwriting legibility and visual motor integration in different age groups was performed on adults and old age person . Three group were formulated of 20-39, 40-59 and 60-79. Handwriting Assessment Battery for Adults and Bender Visual Motor Gestalt Test were assessed for all three groups. It was analysed that Handwriting Legibility decreases with age. The most affected factors were Word Legibility and Letter Legibility. Whereas Visual motor integration is maximum in 40-59 and least in Group 60-79.

Keywords


Handwriting Legibility, Visual- Motor Integration.

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