Officially receiving a diagnosis that your child has any sort of delay can be intimidating. The good news is that once a diagnosis is received, you will have the correct tools to help your child. What’s next? Read more below to learn about what steps to take after an official diagnosis.
It’s that time of year again! Children are headed back to school soon, and it can be difficult to adjust from the usual summer schedule. Every child is different, but we believe these tips can help all children adjust to their new back-to-school schedule.
Tummy time can be described as your baby’s first exercise. It is as simple as putting a baby or infant on their tummy for short periods every day to help train them. It is very simple but has great benefits for your child.
Self-regulation is the ability to monitor and manage your energy states, emotions, thoughts, and behaviors in ways that are acceptable and produce positive results such as well-being, loving relationships, and learning.
Watching your child learn to sit up, crawl, and say their first words is exciting! Keeping track of what milestones are appropriate for each stage of your child’s development can help you better communicate with your child’s healthcare team and pinpoint any areas of concern that might need to be addressed.