Subway11-I have heard good things about Kumon too. I have to say that when my daughter was in kindergarten there was a little boy in her class that was on the Autistic spectrum that also needed to see an occupational therapist.
The mother could not afford to continue sending him, so she bought the Handwriting without Tears program to help him with his fine motors skills. If she would have placed her son in a public school the school would have offered a special day in order for him to develop his fine motor skills and strength in his hands.
The program is the very same that they use in the public school systems and it was designed by an occupational therapist.
This is a program that any parent can follow with their child in order to help them develop their strength in their hands.