Understanding the way your baby or child moves

Great podcasts for parents and carers

Thu 15 November 2018

17 mins

Every child develops at a different rate. If you’ve ever been part of a mother’s group you will have noticed how some will sit, crawl and walk at different times. But imagine watching the difference happen with your own twins.

Robyn Papworth was already a developmental educator when she had her children, but was fascinated with the way their motor skills developed at a different rate. She followed her passion and founded Play, Move, Improve – helping children reach their full potential in their movement skills.

For more on Robyn’s work check out her website.

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