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Delayed motor development in infants - central coordination disorder

Delayed motor development in infants refers to a condition where a child does not reach age milestones in motor skills compared to their peers. This condition can be a manifestation of various health or developmental problems and can affect the infant's ability to crawl, sit, walk or manipulate objects.
A diagnosis is often made by monitoring and evaluating the infant's developmental milestones. Doctors may also use standardised tests and assessments, such as the Denver Developmental Screening Test.


  • Genetic factors
  • Neurological disorders
  • Birth injuries
  • Chronic health problems
  • Insufficient stimulation in the environment


  • Insufficient ability to hold the head upright
  • Limited range of motion
  • Inability to sit or crawl at an age when this is usually possible
  • Low muscle tone
  • Delayed fine motor development (e.g. inability to grasp small objects)

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