Image Motion and the Appearance of Objects

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Objective: There is a growing demand for interdisciplinary rehabilitation services for children with developmental disabilities, however, information is lacking on service utilization patterns. This study describes the type, frequency and location of initial rehabilitation services provided to young children recently diagnosed with a developmental delay. Methods: A telephone survey was conducted on a consecutive cohort of children referred to subspecialists for the first investigation of their delay. Results: Out of 129 respondents, only 30 (23%) did not receive any rehabilitation services within the first 6 months following medical evaluation, and 61 (47%) received two or more services. Services were provided most frequently in the hospital settings, especially for occupational or physical therapy (73-80%). Services were less often rendered in a rehabilitation centres (5-13%) or in the community (

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  • Image motion
  • Material qualities
  • Object appearance
  • Perceptual grouping
  • Phenomenological contexts

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  • Katja Dörschner

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