Developmental aspects of postural control in normal and Down"s Syndrome children
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Written in English


  • Motor ability in children.,
  • Posture.,
  • Down syndrome.

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Statementby Anne Shumway Cook.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 198 leaves
Number of Pages198
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18124638M

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書名 Developmental aspects of postural control in normal and Down's syndrome children 著作者等 Shumway-Cook, Anne 出版元 University Microfilms International 刊行年月 c ページ数 xv,   drome to test the hypothesis that motor deficiencies in children with Down syndrome are associated with deficits within the automatic postural control system. We compared children with Down syndrome and developmentally normal children in two age groups ( and years) by using displacements of a Additionally, in studies of balance function, children with DD have been shown to be less developed with respect to standing postural control, and have visual control predominance in comparison to The development of eye contact between mothers and normal versus Down’s Syndrome infants. Developmental Psychology, 17, – CrossRef Dynamics of Postural Control in the child with Sinson, J.C. & Wetherick, N.E. (). The behaviour of children with Down’s Syndrome in normal playgroups. Journal of Mental Deficiency Research

  The individual with DS faces numerous movement control challenges. These challenges involve delays in basic motor skills, motor impairments and abnormalities in postural and gait control. The literature has documented delays in basic motor skills, such as walking, reaching and grasping, in children with Down syndrome (Palisano et al., ‐Developmental programming for infants and young children scale Results after the intervention revealed significant improvements in gross and fine motor development (both P Down syndrome is the most common developmental disorder involving intellectual disability [1]. e development of children with Down syndrome is affected by the presence of extra information in Baby Builders helped Hadley walk “Hadley was born with Down syndrome, and therefore struggled with developmental issues. We weren’t sure how hard it would be to teach her to walk or whether she’d even be able to, but the portion of the Baby Builders Video which showed the hand support around the hips resulted in her being able to learn to walk just like ://?page_id=

Most of children with Down Syndrome find all aspects of speech production difficult and they struggle hard to say a word clearly, then find producing three and four words in a sequence difficult Though the development of postural skills is mentioned briefly in many motor development texts, its description is largely confined to the first year of life in which the child learns to control the head, sit independently, and finally stand (Keogh & Sugden, ; Thomas, ).   Early identification of children at risk or suspected of having a disability through routine developmental surveillance and screening targeted to identify specific disabilities. Provision of multidisciplinary evaluations and assessments that result in reliable information about a child’s developmental strengths and needs and, Memory training for children with Down syndrome. Frances Conners, Celia Rosenquist, and Lori Taylor. One well-established fact concerning cognitive and language development in individuals with Down syndrome is that working memory is particularly poor, with auditory working memory worse than visual working ://