This is something I never expected to see.
I knew that because of Movement Lesson, her body had the movement input of walking.
SPML is a surgical procedure that aims to lengthen certain muscles, or to reduce tone in the muscles.
From being deathly sick, legally blind, CVI, MR, autism, autoimmune failure, over 20 surgeries, his goal was to say ‘Mom’ at the age of 4. Tonight he was inducted into the National Honor Society. You are here thanks to him! Love son Graham.
First, you need to understand the structure of your child's eye and if you need to be working with other factors of the eye other than CVI.
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Next, you need to understand how the eye works in relation to movement and development.
Watch my free webinar on 10 secrets of CVI, VISION AND MOVEMENT, https://www.movementlesson.academy/unlocking-cvi
Last, start learning about the secrets of CVI and home solutions to working with your child's CVI and possibly their other vision challenges, https://www.movementlesson.academy/cortical-visual-impairment
It's obvious that all babies need to move, but there is more to baby movements that meets the eye.
Does milestone development just happen, or do you think there should be a step-by-step process we all go through to experience optimal development?
It's obvious that all babies don't move the same, but my question is why?
I know why.
In my podcast Baby Movements from Birth to 24 months, I share with you the answers to this question and what you can do about it.
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I say "normal" because what is "normal?" I want to redefine what you think about baby movements and what they mean for your baby's future development.
You may have a child with special needs and think it's impossible for your child to experience "normal" development.
Your child can experience "normal" development, but not in the way you...