Are you wondering when you should take your child to an eye doctor for their first visit? It’s recommended your child receive their first eye check up at six months, again at three years, and before starting kindergarten. Continue reading Choosing an Eye Doctor for Your Child
Classroom performance may come in part from your child’s ability to focus and work through open ended tasks, be organized, stick to a schedule or calendar, manage time, work independently, and control impulses and emotions. Possessing these abilities requires executive functioning skills and are important for your child’s transition back to school. Continue reading Preparing Your Child for Back to School
When your child plays, they learn about them self and their surroundings. This includes how to coordinate their body movements, talk with friends, apply rules, and more. But the learning process is even broader than this. Continue reading Why is Play Important
A toddler’s food preferences can be very unpredictable and many go through a picky eating phase.
Should you have any concerns about your child’s eating habits contact your healthcare provider.
Continue reading Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders
Did you know March 20th is National Plagiocephaly & Torticollis Awareness Day? Here is some information about these two common conditions, their impact on baby’s development, and how you can help prevent them.
When should I start my baby on solid foods?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends starting babies on solid food around 6 months old. Continue reading When to Start Baby on Solid Foods
Before you say goodnight to your little one, here are some suggested tips on safe sleeping recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics: Continue reading The ABC’s of Safe Sleep
Did you recently bring a new baby home from the hospital? As a parent to a newborn, you’ll want to do everything you can to make sure your little one reaches their milestones and grows up to be a healthy and happy child.