Having shoulder stability means that you can tense the muscles around your shoulder to make sure you can use the joint. If you have good shoulder stability, you’ll be able to easily coordinate moving your arms in a smooth way.
If your child has poor should stability, you’ll notice that they have:
There are a number of techniques that can help your child improve their shoulder stability, including:
If you’ve tried all of these techniques and you’re still not seeing any improvement after four months, please do speak to a teacher or health professional for advice.