Early Motor Intervention The Need for New Treatment Paradigms

  title={Early Motor Intervention The Need for New Treatment Paradigms},
  author={G Michael Mahoney and Cordelia Robinson and Frida P Perales},
Results from a recent study indicated that neither of the 2 treatment models that are commonly used with young children with motor impairment was effective in enhancing children’s rate of motor development or quality of movement, at least over a 1-year time period. These findings add to an increasing body of literature indicating that contemporary motor intervention procedures are not adequately meeting the hopes and vision for motor intervention. These findings also serve as a call for the… CONTINUE READING

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