This guide is designed to help healthcare providers distinguish between the different conditions that can cause tremor in children, with specific details on care for those with essential tremor.
Whether you are new to special education or an experienced advocate,this book is truly a guide that can help you understand and navigate your way through special education system and become your child’s #1 advocate.
Children’s Activity Book
This cute activity and coloring sheet aims to help elementary school children better understand essential tremor. With brain teasers and pictures to color, it makes learning about ET kind of fun. (To print: 2-sided on 11×17 paper)
By Dr. Keith Coffman Essential tremor (ET) is the most common movement disorder on the planet. It is often inherited, so most children who seek medical attention for their ET usually have family members affected as well. Interestingly, since the expression of ET can be different from one person to the next, an affected child […]
ET in Children
By Leon S. Dure, MD and Jan Rowe, OT Besides tic disorders, tremor is one of the most commonly encountered movement disorders in a child neurology clinic. However, despite the fact that up to 5% of individuals with essential tremor present in childhood, there are few reports of the condition in childhood, and no studies […]