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3/31/10 1 Cephalocaudal development Intentional Regulated by information from perceptual systems
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3/31/10 3 Crawling and creeping Wide range of onset times Onset time depends somewhat on climate Smaller, slimmer babes crawl earlier than larger, chubbier babies.
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3/31/10 4 Highly variable at first Multiple crawling postures are often exhibited in the development of crawling/creeping. Can skip crawling (belly) and proceed directly to creeping (hands/knees).
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3/31/10 5 Cruising maturation of the CNS muscular strength posture and balance sensory processing
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3/31/10 6 Sufficient leg strength Capable of maintaining balance Walking is the first form of upright, bipedal locomotion Defined as alternating limb pattern and a period of double support.
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3/31/10 7 Short steps limited leg and hip extension
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Unformatted text preview: flat footed landing toes point out little trunk rotation arms in high guard position No arm swing until later Wide B.O.S High Guard Position Early Walking Characteristics Early Walking Characteristics 3/31/10 8 Trying to maintain balance during walking. 3/31/10 9 Stride length increases Heel-toe stance phase Laterally narrow B.O.S reduce out-toeing Adapt double knee lock knee extended at H.S flexes later phases of stance extended at push off Rotation of pelvis allows full range of leg motion also allows oppositional movements of the upper and lower segments Balance must improve and forward trunk inclination reduced Revert back to early locomotion Toes out Step length decreases Decrease pelvic rotation Decrease speed 3/31/10 10...
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