Amy Kight, Author at Western Paediatric Physiotherapy
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Author: Amy Kight

What is Cerebral Palsy? Cerebral Palsy is a group of neurological disorders ranging from mild severity to severe severity that impacts children early in life resulting in movement disorders. Movement disorders can impact a child’s ability to participate in both gross and fine motor activities. Gross motor skills involve things such as walking, jumping...

Participation in sport is important in a child's overall development. It assists in acquiring gross motor skills such as running, jumping, hopping and throwing. It also helps with hand eye co-ordination with the greatest benefits from ball and racquet sports such as tennis, basketball, soccer and football.   Children also benefit...

As a parent it is natural that you want to ensure you give your child the best start in life possible. Ensuring your child gets enough exercise and not too much screen time is difficult in todays technology dependent world.   The National Physical Activity Guidelines are a set of guidelines released by the government and based...