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Will my child with cerebral palsy walk? Questions parents ask and research to help therapists respond regarding predicting ambulation.

Will my child with cerebral palsy walk? Questions parents ask and research to help therapists respond regarding predicting ambulation.

Kids physically develop at slightly different rates. There are, however, milestones to watch for at certain ages. Keeping track of your child’s progress in physical coordination at different ages can help reveal potential issues.

Coordination and Motor Skills: What to Expect at Different Ages

Kids physically develop at slightly different rates. There are, however, milestones to watch for at certain ages. Keeping track of your child’s progress in physical coordination at different ages can help reveal potential issues.

Activities to do in prone on a therapy ball for upper extremity strengthening, upper extremity range of motion, trunk strengthening, shoulder stability, and using an involved extremity

Activities to do in prone on a therapy ball for upper extremity strengthening, upper extremity range of motion, trunk strengthening, shoulder stability, and using an involved extremity

Prone Weight-Bearing on Arms with Approximation To enable child to bear weight on arms and strengthen neck and back muscles. Place child on stomach, lying over your legs with child's hands on floor. Place your hands over the child's shoulders. Firmly push downward on child's shoulders and release. Repeat several times. Desired Response Child will be able to support weight on hands with elbows straight, hands open, and head erect. Keep arm at right angle to body, elbow straight and pa

Prone Weight-Bearing on Arms with Approximation To enable child to bear weight on arms and strengthen neck and back muscles. Place child on stomach, lying over your legs with child's hands on floor. Place your hands over the child's shoulders. Firmly push downward on child's shoulders and release. Repeat several times. Desired Response Child will be able to support weight on hands with elbows straight, hands open, and head erect. Keep arm at right angle to body, elbow straight and pa

Motor planning and physical activity with Pool Noodles/ Cut noodles and put in pattern and jump from one to another landing with foot on each side of noodle

Motor planning and physical activity with Pool Noodles/ Cut noodles and put in pattern and jump from one to another landing with foot on each side of noodle

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