While many say vision does not affect milestone development, that is 100% false.
A child with poor vision can become developmentally delayed due to the child's inability to respond to stimuli with efficiency.
While baby vision develops over time, much can be done to make sure your child's vision is on track.
First, you want to be aware of the vision problems that can occur for a child. Please take my FREE course "Vision and Your Child" to better understand vision and how it affects your child.
Other vision courses, like "Patching 101" and "Cognitive Vision Training" are available to help improve your child's vision not matter what their current function.
"When you improve vision, you improve movement." - Michelle...
When you're working with Club crawl.
What is actually going on is the child's having trouble looking up, and for whatever reason, when a child can't look up, it will stick the opposing leg out and that tilts the vision up.
This is where you want to check with your ophthalmologist to make sure the structure is okay.
So if I'm here and I'm crawling, I should be able to tilt my pelvis and have a full range of you.
But if my eyes are crossed right now, that'll lock up my pelvis.
So what I have to do is I stick my leg up and that lets me see higher.
Because no child is going to crawl into the wall or going to self-harm, they want to see where they're going.
So that's where you're you're seeing the one-legged crawl and then also becoming very dominant on this side.
And it's stemming from the vision and the visions trickling down into the pelvis and then into.
And these so once you're dealing with...
First focus on each individual vertebra and then work on the spine as a whole.
So I'm I'm here in just working and I need to work on the spine.
Now the tendency with anything we do in life, we think lifting up.
But with the baby, it's a bit more about the down.
So if the spine is here, my touch going down; my down is just significant, if not more so than, my touch going up.
So when I go up, I'm going to affect the system by initiating the absolute horizon in the neck vertebra this way.
What I'm looking for is that water bowl technique, creating weight transfer in the neck vertebra. Here is a video to help you visualize how your touch is affecting the system.
I have a friend of mine, who's baby had some...
One of the signs that a child is at risk for Cerebral Palsy (CP) is that they manifest counter-oppositional Movements.
An example of what counter-oppositional movement is, is shown in the short video.
Within the first hour of birth you can see if a child is doing counter-oppositional movements.
But because risk for CP can be assessed at birth using the Newborn Movement Assessment™ (NMA), risk for Cerebral Palsy can be reduced using the Movement Lesson™ Technique.
You can teach your child correct movements with the Super-baby Bootcamp and reduce the risk of CP as well other milestone delays and developmental disorder.
Every baby should interact with their environment using rotation, weight transfer, balance and counter balance.
Meaning, as the child's head turns to the right, you should see a twist in the spine and the left hip should go to the floor to "counter" the turning of the head.
During a natural delivery through the contractions of the mother, this is the first time that the baby gets to experience active and passive muscle response.
As the uterus contracts, the baby experiences the stimuli of active or high tone muscle, and the muscle tone transfers into the baby.
In between the contractions, the baby experiences passive or low tone muscle, and at the same time moves into position to be birthed.
So when there are birthing complications, or a person elects for a C-section, the...
Let's talk about swaddling. It's not about "do" or "don't do."
The purpose of these exercises are to teach you a skill set you can use in the home to initiate milestone movement patterns for your child.
You are not teaching your child to mimic a movement you are teaching to do transitional milestone movements.
Transitional milestone movements are the movements that happen between milestones movements; in other words, teaching your child the necessary movement
At a minimum, take 15 minutes a day, working on each side of the body, and go through each of these exercises.
It doesn't matter if your child is an infant, baby, toddler, teen, adult, for any person to have movement success, these movement...