Infant attention, strength and coordination training
How experience builds infants' brains and bodies
Infant's learn through experience: the more varied and age appropriate the opportunities for exploring and tackling new challenges, the more the infant learns
- Building brain-body-environment connections to promote infant development
- Infant temperament and motivation to move, explore and discover new ways of doing things
- How infants use their hands to grow their brains
- Low muscle tone: what is it and how does it affect development?
- Joint hypermobility: how it affects your infant's development
- Why do some infants bottom shuffle? Does it matter in the long run?
- Late learning to walk: how parents can encourage walking
Tracking your infant's progress
- Tracking attention, hand (fine motor) and communication skills
- Early infant action: reaching, kicking, rolling
- Development of sitting
- Tummy time to crawling
- Up into standing, cruising and walking
Developmental Gym for Infants
An online training guide:
kicking, rolling, sitting, tummy time, up into standing and walking
hand function (fine motor) and communication.