Gross motor skills in children with Down syndrome: a guide for parents and professionals

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Woodbine House, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 236 pages
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Children with Down syndrome master basic gross motor skills--everything from rolling over to running--just as their peers do, but may need additional help. This guide illustrates more than 100 important activities for parents and professionals to practice with children from birth through age six years.

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Review: Gross Motors Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals

User Review  - Sheila Thoburn - Goodreads

So helpful in helping me do exercises daily with my daughter. Excellent description of therapy and pictures to guide through as well as what to do next. I realized that what is most important is ... Read full review

Review: Gross Motors Skills in Children with Down Syndrome: A Guide for Parents and Professionals (Topics in Down Syndrome)

User Review  - Stacy Chic - Goodreads

I love the way this book is organized. It's very practical both in the way the material is presented and in the suggestions given for activites to promote gross motor development. I would also suggest Communication Skills in Children With Down Syndrome for the same reasons. Read full review

Contents

Infancy through Hoiking
3
Chapter
8
Pivoting Sitting and Preparation for Standing
31
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About the author (1997)

Patricia C. Winders is a physical therapist who works with children and adults with Down syndrome atthe Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland.

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