DimpleDimple was an extremely shy girl. She had weakness in all four limbs. She would refuse to take part actively in the therapy programme. We involved both mother and child in our OPD treatment programme where we introduced all therapeutic activities slowly and gradually.

Dimple was unable to stand or walk. She would also not use her upper extremity for constructive tasks. With gradual therapy, she is now able to stand on her own with support.

  1. Walks with support.
  2. Climbs and descends stairs with support
  3. Uses both hands to hold objects voluntarily.
  4. Moves her upper extremity in all the directions voluntarily.
  5. She now also enjoys the company of other children when she is involved in-group activities.