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Learning How to See, Touch and Kick for the First Time

Michelle Turner and Diane Peña are working with Whyatt during his fourth lesson. Whyatt was born at 27 weeks. He is missing a little over a third of his brain, has had several surgeries and has cortical visual impairment. Here you can see how his vision starts to function so does his body.

Basic Infant Movements

Michelle is working with a six day old, full-term infant. Here she'll be discussing how simple randoms spasms mature into controlled movements. Basic Infant Movements

NICU Recovery Update - Fourth Movement Lesson

Experience a Movement Lesson with a 10 week old Dulce Maria recovering from two weeks in the NICU. Michelle Turner has founded the NICU Recovery Pilot Program to help infants, that are less than 6 months of age, that have spent time in the NICU. NICU Recovery Update - Fourth Movement Lesson .

Every Baby Deserves a Movement Lesson - Well Baby Check-Up

Lilli is six months old. She's getting a well baby check-up with Michelle. It's about allowing the brain to have the time to learn and explore for the sake of movement not purpose or specific developmental milestones. Every Baby Deserves a Movement Lesson - Well Baby Check-Up

NICU Recovery with a Movement Lesson

Experience a Movement Lesson with a 4 week old child recovering from two weeks in the NICU. Michelle Turner has founded the NICU Recovery Pilot Program to help infants, that are less than 6 months of age, that have spent time in the NICU.

Learning How to See and Touch in a Child with Special Needs

Many professionals feel that a child should be forced into developmental milestone positions. These sessions can leave parents and children frustrated when they haven't learned what they've been doing for months. The brain doesn't have the opportunity to learn when it's forced. At Movement Lesson, it's about all the subtle and gentle movements to the vestibular system that allows the brain to start having conversations with the central nervous system. Learning How to See and Touch in a Child with Special Needs

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