Measuring the effects of neurodevelopmental treatment on the daily living skills of 2 children with cerebral palsy.

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This study examined the short-term effects of neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT) on the motor performance of daily living skills in 2 girls with cerebral palsy, aged 27 and 32 months. For 12 weeks, the subjects received treatment sessions consisting of NDT followed by play, or vice versa. After each treatment of play or NDT, the subjects were videotaped… (More)

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@article{Lilly1990MeasuringTE, title={Measuring the effects of neurodevelopmental treatment on the daily living skills of 2 children with cerebral palsy.}, author={L A Lilly and Nate Powell}, journal={The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association}, year={1990}, volume={44 2}, pages={139-45} }