Watch free videos to learn more about important developmental topics for your 0 to 3 month old baby. Videos show possible warnings signs of developmental delays and info on how to help your baby reach developmental milestones.
2 Month Old Baby Typical and Atypical Development
View a comparison of typical and atypical development at 2 months.
0 to 3 Month Baby – Motor Milestones to Look For
Views clips of typical motor milestones at 0-3 months.
0-3 Month Baby – Sensory Milestones to Look For
See what sensory milestones look like at 0-3 months.
Tummy Time: The Why's and How's Featuring Dr. Anne Zachry and Linda Rooke, PT (Ages 0-6 Months)
Learn about the importance of Tummy Time baby exercises for baby’s development and discover useful tips for making tummy time enjoyable for you and baby.
Crying, Cooing, Communication: Baby's First Year (Ages 0-12 Months)
Help baby reach important communication milestones and learn about speech and language development.
Essential Tummy Time Moves English (Ages 0-6 Months)
Discover the top five Tummy Time exercises you can begin with baby as soon as they are born to help them reach developmental milestones.
Positional Torticollis and the Importance of Tummy Time (Ages 0-6 Months)
How Tummy Time can prevent positional torticollis and positional plagiocephaly.
Doctor and Parent Communication (Ages 0-6+ Years)
Watch a parent and doctor role play on how to address concerns at well baby visit.
Does My Child Have A Sensory Issue? (Ages 0-6+ Years)
Learn how to identify possible signs of sensory integration issues and how therapy can help.
How Occupational Therapy Helps with Sensory Integration Issues (Ages 0-6+ Years)
Sensory integration helps people “make sense” of the world around them. Learn how occupational therapy can be used as a treatment for children who struggle with sensory integration issues.
Importance of Sensory Integration (Ages 0-6+ Years)
This animated video provides information about: the 7 senses, how individuals use sensory information, and possible signs of sensory integration issues.