Great suggestion on recommending seeing a Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist but do not forget about the value of Speech Therapy for communication and feeding/eating skills and please do not ignore what an Occupational Therapist (O.T.) can do. An O.T. is all about helping the child by looking at the whole person: mind/body/spirit; in this way do they teach, in collaboration with the parents, the necessary "daily life skills" in terms of development. A child may learn to walk, to communicate, but also needs to be as independent as possible in social, educational, and personal areas. Do find any or all of these Therapists through referral from your doctor and do make sure in specializes in pediatric therapy practice.