Oftentimes, when a parent of a young child comes in for an evaluation for speech and language, they are wanting tips on ways to help their child. Should I buy certain things? If I have a tablet, what apps are out there that I need to buy?
W-sitting occurs when a child is seated with their bottom on the floor, their knees bent, and toes turned outwards, away from their body. When a parent and/or caregiver stands over a child seated in this position, they will appear to be making a “W” with their legs.