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Crossing midline is a phrase used often by occupational therapists. When children have difficulty crossing the midline of the body, they may not easily cross the sagittal plane. This plane divides the body evenly into the left and right sides. Early in development, children will perform tasks on the same side of the body as the hand used. For example,...

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