By Pat Gunn (auth.), Yvonne Burns, Pat Gunn (eds.)
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The overall aims of an assessment remain the same but age-appropriate techniques, equipment and tasks must be used. , not sleep or mealtime, that one or both parents (or familiar caregiver) is present, that it is in an environment which is warm, friendly and age-appropriate in terms of its furniture, surroundings and appealing equipment, and that ali requirements for the actual testing are strategically located. It is recommended that an assessment should commence with a period of observation of motor ability and function.
Once again, the infant should be given time to respond to the stimulus. Any combination of these techniques can be used at each feed and they should be continued until the baby can cope without them. This may take a few hours, a few weeks, or a few months. The caregiver should be encouraged to experiment in a search for the most appropriate combination. 5 Showing position of fingers for a better lip seal. When starting to feed the baby with solid foods, a spoon which is short, shallow, and rounded should be used.
Orientation and balance One of the most important stages of motor development is the ability to orientate to gravity and to control the posture of the body in relation to its own position. , 1964; Bobath and Bobath, 1972). Positive reactions of the head to gravity in both vertical and horizontal positions, Landau response to prone suspension and body-on-body as well as body-on-head righting are normally present by the time the child is ready for sitting, creeping on the tummy and pushing up on to hands and knees (Fiorentino, 1972).
Down Syndrome: Moving through life by Pat Gunn (auth.), Yvonne Burns, Pat Gunn (eds.)