as promised.

22 01 2009

Below is the video of Miles scooting along the floor. You can really see that it is hard work for him. I’m feeling lazy today so I’ve just copied and pasted the update on the IFSP from Miles’ carepage:

Today Miles had his 1 year review with his Early Intervention team (physical therapy, occupational therapy, coordinator, etc…) It went really well. While he did not meet all of the goals we set for him 6 months ago, he did meet one very important goal–army crawling! He just started doing it this week. Even though he did not meet some of his goals (drinking from a sippy cup while sitting, using cause and effect toys) The team decided that he is doing so well that we will only be setting goals for his gross motor skills (crawling, walking). He is doing fine cognitively, socially and as well as with his fine motor skills, speech and vision. They will of course continue to monitor all of the areas, but they will be focusing in on his gross motor skills since that is really the only area he is delayed.

It was a good appointment! We will have our first appointment with the Neurologist tomorrow and I am anxious to hear what she has to say. I’ll update again tomorrow.




4 responses

22 01 2009

WOW! Not only does he scoot…but he can hold his head so high! I am so impressed 🙂 It sounds like he is doing fabulously! Keep up the good work Miles!

22 01 2009

Awesome job Miles! What a great video! 🙂

22 01 2009

yay Miles! Way to go! Little Man is a huge fan of yours:)

22 01 2009

No doubt Miles is going to hit his gross motor skills milestones! You can just tell he wants to!!!

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