b 760 Control of voluntary movement functions

Last modified
12 April 2021

Functions associated with control over and coordination of voluntary movements.

Functional Disability

Functions of control over simple voluntary movements and of complex voluntary movements, coordination of voluntary movements, supportive functions of arm or leg, right-left motor coordination, eye-hand coordination, eye-foot coordination; impairment such as control and coordination problems; e.g. dysdiadochokinesia.

Social Support

Performing the coordinated actions of handing objects, picking up, manipulation and releasing them using one's hand, fingers and thumb, such

Moving along a surface on foot, step by step, so that on foot is always on the ground, such as

Carrying out the coordinated tasks and actions of eating food that has been served, bringing it to the mouth and

Taking hold of a drink, bringing it to the mouth, and consuming the drink in culturally acceptable ways, mixing, stirring


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