This book is a simple, clear-cut and easy read. We have a young child that receives PT and this book helped illustrate for us what our therapists were often suggesting or advising us on. We're the types that do better with having something to read as opposed to just being told what to do and this book helped us visualize what our therapists were explaining to us (since it wasn't always possible for them to show us on our child in the early days of her early intervention services when she was so young and sometimes would sleep through appointments). So this book made it easier for us to understand what it is we are supposed to be incoporating and working on with our daughter. Highly recommend it to other parents of special needs children who are just getting started with PT or other therapies. Not everything in the book will apply if your child is not yet moving well, but it still gives ideas on how to incorporate activities to encourage balance, body awareness, shoulder/arm/hand development, etc.