For children who need a little extra help
How different developmental conditions such as joint hypermobility, low muscle tone, developmental coordination disorder and autism affect a child's fitness, coordination and everyday function.
Low muscle tone
Infants with low muscle tone and joint hypermobility
Developmental coordination disorder and dyspraxia
Autism spectrum disorders
The highly sensitive, very cautious child
More about particular motor issues experienced by children with movement difficulties
Learn how to identify your child's strengths and weaknesses, figure out what can be done to overcome challenges and take charge of the coaching that is needed to help your child get get fit and stay fit. Read more
Learn how you can use the SfA Fitness and Skills Training (FAST) Programs to help your child.
Just 15 minutes a day of focused training is all that is needed to make a difference.
Meet other parents and compare notes
Exercise instructions for improving strength, flexibility and endurance
Training programs for addressing specific difficulties