Physical and motor impairment
If your child has an injury or disability that hinders normal physical functioning, they will be described as having a physical impairment. If your child has a loss or limited function in their muscle control, movement or mobility, they will be described as having a motor impairment.
How can I help?
- Keep staff up to date with your child’s needs.
- Follow the exercise programme provided by your health professional.
Where can I find further advice?
- The Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments (also known as the Craighalbert Centre)