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Gross Motor Milestone Checklist For Ages Birth to 4 years

Find out if your child has a possible Gross Motor Delay with our Easy Checklist.

 

What is a Gross Motor Delay?

A child may be diagnosed with a gross motor delay if there are milestones that they have not met for their age. This is a very broad diagnosis, and the severity and treatments will vary from child to child. For example, a 10-month-old baby who does not pull to stand independently is only considered mildly delayed. However, and 8-month-old baby who cannot sit without support is considered more significantly delayed. A child is typically diagnosed with a gross motor delay between 3 months and 3 years of age.

 

With This Easy to Use, Two Page, Free Checklist You Will:

  • Identify issues and have the opportunity to provide appropriate help to enable your child developmental success.
  • Have a great tool at your next pediatrician visit.
  • Have a true understanding if your child is behind in any of the developmental milestones related to Gross-Motor activities.

 

This Checklist is a must for any parent, teacher or physician looking to find answers!

 

 

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TOE WALKING CHECKLIST

Find Out If Your Child’s Toe Walking Habits Are Atypical With Our Easy To Read And Use Checklist..

With This Easy to Use, 1 Page, Free Toe Walking Checklist You Will:

  • Identify issues and have the opportunity to provide appropriate help to enable your child’s developomental success.
  • Have a great resource and tool to present at your next pediatrician visit.
  • Have a true understanding if your child needs further help.

 

What is Toe Walking?

Walking on the balls of the feet is commonly seen in children learning how to walk. Most children out grow this by the age of two. Children who continue to walk on their toes beyond 2 years of age usually do so out of habit, however it is important to monitor the signs and symptoms for consistency. Sometimes toe walking can be associated with autism or other developmental disorders.

What are the dangers of Toe Walking going untreated?

It is important that toe-walking is treated early and monitored while the child is young. A persistent habit of toe-walking may increase a child’s risk of falling. Also, like any habit, it becomes harder to break as time passes.

Toe-walking can also be associated with sensory-processing disorder (SPD). Sensory processing happens constantly every time we eat, move, or do an activity. Problems arise when the brain is unable to organize this information appropriately – like a traffic jam of information. This disorder can manifest itself in a myriad of ways, depending on which senses are affected.

This Checklist is a must for any parent, teacher or physician looking to find answers!