A team of researchers has developed a device to help babies who were born with motor skills deficits, such as very premature babies, learn to move.
How do newborns learn to move? It is by working on this question that researchers have developed Crawliskate, an innovative device to promote the motor development of certain children.
Developed with the help of SATT Erganeo, the Crawliskate will now be used to prevent the motor deficit problems that are very common in premature children, even those with Down's syndrome, autism or stroke.
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