Get CathyAnn Collyer, OTR, pediatric occupational therapist’s, books on hypermobility and low tone children bundled together. This deal includes both of the titles below:
The Practical Guide to Toilet Training Your Child With Low Muscle Tone- (digital document) written by CathyAnn Collyer, OTR, LMT, provides a complete explanation of the motor, sensory, and social/emotional effects that low muscle tone has on toilet training. It helps parents and therapists to understand whether a child is ready to train, and how to start creating readiness immediately. You will learn how to pick the right potty seat, the right clothes, and how to decide between the “boot camp” or gradual method of training. A child’s speech delays, defiance or disinterest in potty training are addressed in ways that support families instead of criticizing them.
JointSmart Child: Living and Thriving With Joint Hypermobility. Volume One: The Early Years – This manual explains how and why joint instability creates challenges in the simplest tasks of everyday life. The sensory and behavioral consequences of joint hypermobility aren’t ignored; they are fully examined, and strategies to manage them are discussed in detail.