Gross Motor

Browse our extensive library for information on gross motor delays. Parents and childcare workers of children may notice that infants with gross motor delays display difficulty rolling over and crawling. In toddlers and older children, gross motor delays may manifest as difficulty walking or climbing stairs. Problems with gross motor development can interfere with a child’s ability to engage in activities such as using the playground, putting on clothing, playing sports, or participating in group activities. Whether the delays result from premature birth, genetic disorders, or nerve and muscular disorders, we provide the tools needed to help build motor skills and improve your child’s quality of life. You can find articles and resources that cross-reference a range of conditions to meet your child’s unique needs.