Normal and Impaired Motor Development: Theory Into Practiceby Carolyn O'Brien, Alan Hayes
This volume translates the theoretical literature and research data on motor development into guidelines for practical programmes for motor impaired children. The practical advice included is relevant for children from birth to twelve years. The contents comprise relevant literature reviews on motor development in normally developing and motor impaired children, motor performance, fundamental movement patterns, motor control and developmentally delayed motor behaviour. Through studying normal development alongside delayed development comes a better understanding of the subject and an ability to design more effective programs.
This book should be of interest to physiotherapists and occupational therapists
special education workers
physical rehabilitation specialists
and paediatric nurses.
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