You are hereHome › College of Education & Professional Studies (CEPS) › Department of Teacher Education and Educational Leadership › Whinnery, Stacie › MOVE Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Whinnery, K. W., & Whinnery, S. B. (2007). MOVE: Systematic programming for early motor intervention. Infants and Young Children, 20(2), 102-108. doi:10.1097/01.IYC.0000264478.43194.e9 MOVE Details Title MOVE: Systematic programming for early motor intervention Contributor(s) Whinnery, Keith W. (author)Whinnery,, Stacie B. (author) Located In Infants and Young Children ISSN 0896-3746 Date 2007 DOI 10.1097/01.IYC.0000264478.43194.e9 Use/Reproduction 2007 Wolters Kluwer Health I Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Abstract Support for more functionally oriented programming for early motor intervention appears to be mounting as traditional, developmentally based practices continue to fall out of favor. This shift in perspective has prompted numerous calls for a change in programming for children with motor impairments. In spite of these calls for change, functional outcome programming and activity-based intervention have been slow' in moving from theory to practice. It is hypothesized that this slow transition is due to a lack of systematic programming that would provide guidelines to help practitioners integrate these principles into service delivery. This article presents Mobility Opportunities Via Education, a structured process for planning and delivering motor intervention, based on functional outcomes and activity-based instruction, as one option to guide the transition from theory to practice. Brief examples of the application of Mobility Opportunities Via Education are presented along with current research findings.