The manual describes how occupational therapists who work in schools or private clinics can merge treatment activities for children who have cerebral palsy or balance deficits for other reasons. It is also useful in the treatment of children who have myelomeningocele and Down syndrome.
* Exercises are presented in order of difficulty
* Reproducible, illustrated exercise and activity sets each have a common theme
* Unassisted, guarded activities help children establish the foundation for independent functional activities
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Sieglinde Martin, M.S., PT specializes in pediatrics at Healthsouth Pediatric Rehabilitation in Columbus, Ohio. She also owned a private practice and has served as the pediatric physical therapist for a variety of centers in Ohio. She received her Physical Therapy license from the University of Cologne in Cologne, Germany, and the following year began a fellowship at the University of Kansas in Kansas City, Kansas. Martin also earned a Master of Science degree from Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She in an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and of the APTA Pediatric section.
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