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Deficits in Motor Planning and Execution. Poor motor planning and execution is referred to as dyspraxia. Deuel and Doar (1992) define dyspraxia as the "inability to learn or perform serial voluntary movements with the proficiency expected for age and/or verbal intelligence" (pg. 100). Helmer and Myklebust (1965) discuss the role that memory for motor sequences play in correctly forming letters when writing. Luria (1966) described two forms of dyspraxia. The first form involves difficulty in creating an image of a required motor movement. The second involves a breakdown in the central nervous system mechanism that is responsible for putting the plan into action. Thus, the child has the blueprint for the action/behavior, but has difficulty implementing it motorically (Levine, 1987).
So much depends on the owner, the bird, and the child and includes the manner of introduction. For some number of years you cannot just assume the bird and child will have the same affectionate union as do you and your bird. I feel that is earned through a learning process.
These rooms can be done on a budget or be an expensive undertaking. You will need to determine what you think it will cost. Then you can start looking for ideas. Browsing local stores or using the Internet will give you many ideas. There are a lot of shelves, storage bins and combinations of them available. Some are very reasonably priced so you do have a choice when determining how much you will be spending.
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