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Research on an intervention programme to improve fine motor Skills (FMS) in kids with cerebral
palsy was the subject of this study. The study's primary objective was to conduct real-world applied
research. A qualitative and quantitative strategy was employed in conjunction with a mixedmethods
approach. Teaching professionals, physical and occupational therapists, and parents all
those working closely to help children with cerebral palsycomprised the study's intended audience.
A total (240) of 120 teachers, 50 physiotherapists, 50 occupational therapists, and 20 parents of
children with cerebral palsy were included in the study's data gathering sample. Teachers,
physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and parents were recruited using a basic random selection
technique, purposive sampling, and convenient sampling, respectively. Package development,
package validation, and package efficacy were all examined empirically. Package validation Scale
(PVS) and Package effectiveness Scale (PES) were created by the researcher for data gathering
(PES). Pilot testing and the opinions of experts were used to verify the scales' validity and
reliability. Experts i.e., such as physiotherapists (PTs), occupational therapists (OTs), andteachers,
contributed to the development of FMS among CWCP by suggesting and recommending a number
of exercises, activities, and practices. Using the PVS Scale, experts confirmed the package's
validity, usefulness, and feasibility. Teachers, physiotherapists, and occupational therapists were
polled about the package's effectiveness, too, using tools like the PES survey. The programme was
designed for students in special education programmes aged 5 to 10 years old from a variety of
public and private institutions. Descriptive statistics, such as mean scores, were used to assess the
quantitative data. The hypothesis was tested using inferential statistical techniques like ANOVA.
Thematic analysis was used to analyze the qualitative data in this study. The researcher was
inspired to create an interventional package for instructors to help them improve their students'
FMS in the C.W.C.P.
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