With which children do we consider support to be useful?
- Children with speech and language problems
- Children with a physical impairment, such as infantile celebral palsy with sensorimotor impairment
- Children with low attention and concentration abilities
- Children with mental and/or genetic impairments, such as Down syndrome, Angelman syndrome
- Children with ADHS/ADS (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
- Children who seem clumsy in "discovering the world"; not playing according to their age
- Premature babies
Last update on 22. September 2020 by Admin.