LEARNING TRIANGLE: Without the Vestibular, Visual and Auditory Working Together, Learning Fails - Integrated Learning Strategies
Learning Triangle: Without the Vestibular, Visual and Auditory Working Together, Learning Fails | ilslearningcorner.com
Early Intervention Motor Milestones
DescriptionMotor Milestones Handouts and/or Reference SheetsGross Motor MilestonesFine Motor MilestonesBall Skill MilestonesDressing MilestonesHow to UseAs a resource for classroomHandout for parentsHandout for paraprofessionalsSeparate into different handoutsWho Can Use ThemPerfect for early inter...
Turning Oral Motor Activities into Play - Day 2 Day Parenting
Here are some fun oral motor activities to do with your child that provide multiple opportunities to practice each skill and are fun for everyone!
Infant Phys Therapy - Torticollis exercises_Part7
Cameron, 3 mo infant baby, getting physical therapy ~ Exercises/stretches for helping his TORTICOLLIS which he was diagnosed with after he received a broken ...
Plagiocephaly: Why Do Flat Heads Matter? | CanDo Kiddo
Baby has a flat spot developing on their head? Wondering if your baby will need a helmet for Plagiocephaly? Learn why head flattening isn't just a cosmetic issue and why it's worth knowing about as a new parent.
What's Wrong with the W Sitting Position in Children? | D2DP
W sitting puts children's hip joints into extreme internal rotation. This is stressful on the muscles and joints, and can affect balance and coordination.
Benefits of Early Mobility with an Emphasis on Gait Training
This paper by Joanne Bundonis, PT, PCS, ATP, brings together research on the benefits of early mobility, in particular gait training, and discusses treatment strategies, equipment selection and guidelines for safe use.
Torticollis and the Importance of Tummy Time: Meet Jonathan
Watch Jonathan's journey through early physical therapy to help improve his torticollis. Pathways Awareness is trusted to assure the best for all babies phys...
Using Bubbles to Encourage Language Development
My sister was visiting the other day and asked me for some suggestions on how to encourage her son to speak more. I suggested trying bubbles. Bubbles are one of
Great Songs for Therapy
I think that most people who work with kids have discovered that songs are an amazing tool to support play and therapy. We use songs all the time, sometimes they are well known songs and sometimes…
Strategies for Working with Children with Torticollis – Early Intervention Strategies for Success
Strategies for Working with Children with Torticollis « Early Intervention Strategies for Success Blog