KINDERKINETICS

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What is Kinderkinetics

Kinderkinetics is a profession that aims to promote and optimise the neuromotoric development of young children (0-12 years), through scientifically based physical activity. It has the following goals:

  • Promote functional growth and development;

  • Focus on certain movement activities to promote/facilitate sport specific activities; and

  • Implement appropriate rehabilitation programmes for children with growth and/or developmental disabilities.

Who we serve 

Kinderkineticists serve child with a number of difficulties, some of which include: 

  • Gross motor development 

  • Infant milestone development 

  • Low muscle tone and postural challenges 

  • Perceptual motor development 

  • Development Co-ordination Disorder 

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Downs Syndrome 

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What to look out for

There are some signs, that your child might benefit from Kinderkinetics, some of these include: 

  • Difficulty co-ordinating their body during play 

  • Delayed gross motor milestones 

  • If your child has any condition that affects their motor performance

  • Slumping over their table 

  • Resistance to engage on the playground 

  • Resistance to engage on the sports field