This book follows 3 case studies of children with cerebral palsy: mild, moderate, and severe, from infancy to adulthood. Traditional frames of reference from medical, educational, and developmental models are presented to create a functional approach to the assessment and management of the motor components of vision. The wire coil bound edition of 210 pages contains 134 photographs and illustrations which help to clarify normal and atypical development of vision, and suggest ways to integrate intervention programs into home, school, and community activities.The individualized family service plan and the early intervention team: Team and family issues and recommended practices. Infants and Young Children 1(1):10- 21. McGraw, M.B. 1969. The neuromuscular maturation of the human infant.
|Title||:||Developmental Visual Dysfunction|
|Author||:||Rhoda P. Erhardt, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA|
|Publisher||:||Erhardt Developmental Products - 1990-11-05|