Making play possible – special aids in early intervention
If a head is heavy to carry, legs do not allow standing, a trunk is weak and hands do not follow the movement of the eyes, children’s natural tendency to play can subside before it blooms in those children with (motor) development delay or disorder.
Early intervention is about harnessing all of a child’s potential, including opening up possibilities for them to be active. This talk takes a look at special equipment for children with special needs. We will explore the ways in which the equipment can be used to help them play, grow, develop and have fun with others.