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Differences in Motor Development Between Normal and Learning Disabled Children
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written by W. Michael Magrun; presented by W. Michael Magrun; produced by Clinician's View, in Analysis and Intervention of Movement and Posture Disorganization in Learning Disabilities (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 51 mins
This video discusses the differences between normal developmental experiences and the experiences of children who develop motor disorganization and coordination problems. Understanding compensatory developmental characteristics that lead to poor transitional movement components can help therapists improve observat...
written by W. Michael Magrun; presented by W. Michael Magrun; produced by Clinician's View, in Analysis and Intervention of Movement and Posture Disorganization in Learning Disabilities (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 51 mins
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The Normal Acquisition of Skill in the First Year of Life
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written by W. Michael Magrun; presented by W. Michael Magrun; produced by Clinician's View, in Speech and Motor Development (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 30 mins
Development is a multidimensional process. Movement develops through the ability of the infant to adapt to gravity, control weight distribution, and develop postural control. Thinking of development in terms of milestones does not provide understanding of movement components, transitional movement patterns, or the...
written by W. Michael Magrun; presented by W. Michael Magrun; produced by Clinician's View, in Speech and Motor Development (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 30 mins
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