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grasp

[grasp]
(industrial engineering)
A basic element (therblig) in time-motion study; a useful element that accomplishes work.
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As parents, we desperately want our children to be working on the same concepts as their typical peers, but I learned that if we ensured Broden had a strong pincer grasp and developed fine motor than we were going to see him progress.
Nine months - Combines syllables into word-like sounds, stands while holding onto something and uses a pincer grasp to pick up objects
At 9 months, motor and social skills reveal critical milestones of brain development, such as pull to stand, pincer grasp, and stranger response; at 18 months, early signs of autism can be screened for objectively; at 30 months, language delays can be detected," Dr.