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Kid sitting in W position.

Facts about W-Sitting

W-Sitting is usually observed when a child is sitting on the floor with their legs turned inward, knees bent, and feet on either side of their hips. From above (i.e. an aerial view), you will see that their legs form a letter “W”.

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Preliminar Image for: Caution with Walkers, Jumpers, Exersaucers

Caution with walkers, jumpers, exersaucers

Each one of these devices allows your child to perform certain movements before they are ready. This leads to an increase in atypical movement patterns and poorly controlled movements. Should your child already demonstrate these difficulties with movement, they may become more pronounced.

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Therapist watches as a patient does their exercises on a video call

CRIT launches Telemedicine Program for its patients

CRIT shut down due to the coronavirus crisis, but technology has allowed its doctors to continue giving therapies to their patients.

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Photograph of CRIT's Multisensory Stimulation Room

Build your own Multisensory Stimulation Room

Multisensory Stimulation Rooms (MSSR) facilitate the development of cognitive, sensory, and social abilities for individuals with autism, brain injury, developmental delay, sensory processing disorders, and many others.

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Families from all over the United States visit CRIT.

Families from all over the United States visit CRIT.

The Silva family is one of 500 families that come from cities as far as New York to visit our specialized clinic. Having therapists, psychologists, counselors, nutritionists, and pediatric neurologists under the same roof is a very exciting resource for many families of children with disabilities. To read more, visit The Rivard Report website. Warning: […]

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