Vestibular disorders may already be noticed at a young age. During the first months of life, weaker head stability, reduced eye movements to follow objects and a delayed roll over can possibly be signs of an underlying vestibular problem. When children learn to sit, balance and catch reactions might be reduced, which can cause a delay in movements during sitting. Additionally, it is possible that the child will take the first steps later compared to peers. Frequent falls have also been reported in children with vestibular problems. The child might experience difficulties when walking in the darkness or on a rough or bumpy surface. Due to poor body control during movements, older children will encounter difficulties when learning fine motor skills or e.g. ball skills.