Conductive Education as an Intervention
To clarify, a Motor Disorder or Neuro-Motor Dysfunction is the malfunctioning of the efferent nervous system (the nerves that carry impulses or messages away from major nerve centers). Without the proper messages coming from the brain, infants have difficulty learning basic motor skills such as crawling, sitting up, or walking. Initially, this may be recognised as a delay in achieving Developmental Milestones. This has further implications as the child grows, affecting the ability to control movement and can also cause a wide range of learning difficulties. These difficulties can pose challenges for daily living; affecting social opportunities, communication, and education.