is not progressing with their gross or fine motor skills.
The way a baby or child moves is often more important than the time frame in which they achieve developmental milestones. A neuromotor developmental assessment can identify if your child is presenting with a movement concern or is just developing at their own rate. Often a well-targeted set of activities is all that is required to help a child achieve their milestones and a mild delay can be rectified with a brief period of intervention.
If a movement concern is identified we will refer and work with your medical team.
We have numerous standardised assessments in gross motor, fine motor, sensory, and language and comprehension to give you a clear understanding of how your child is developing.