- improved motor outcomes following the intensive periods and even during the rest periods'
- improved family centered care and communication
- improved cost effectiveness
If you see motor changes in a child with increased variability in their movements, do you consider an intensive burst of therapy? Would love to hear from any therapists who do provide intensive bursts of therapy especially in the school setting? Any tips for how you schedule it would be helpful.
Reference: Karen Sauve and Doreen Bartlett (2010) Dynamic Systems Theory: A Framework for Exploring Readiness to Change in Children with Cerebral Palsy. Retrieved from the web on 6/20/211 at http://www.canchild.ca/en/canchildresources/dynamic_systems_theory.asp