Are You Ready for the Toddler Stage?

At this age, baby is definitely starting to gain some independence and developing new skills. They may start wanting to do a lot of things by themselves. That’s ok! Let them! Just give them a little guidance along the way.

Big Changes, Big Transitions

Communication Development

Baby has probably said their first word by now and is probably finding a lot more ways to communicate their wants and needs through gestures and actions. You should also be careful about what you say because you may find that baby is starting to repeat the things they hear.

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The Importance of Sensory Integration

Have you heard of sensory integration? Do you know how it affects your child or how important it is to their daily life? Don’t worry, a lot of people don’t but we are here to help.

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We focus on your baby's development in these areas:

Milestones & Abilities

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All of our developmental milestones are supported by American Academy of Pediatric findings.

Sensory

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All of our games are developed and reviewed with licensed pediatric physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists.

Videos

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From 0 months to 6 years of age, our videos will help you learn about your child’s development by providing information on topics, such as milestones and communication skills.

Additional Resources

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Find important resources that will help guide you through parenthood. Our brochures, blogs, and many other tools give you access to empowering materials.

Topics of Development

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Understand your child’s growth through their stages of development with information on key areas.
It's Important to Remember:

Use our checklists to track your baby's behavior and discuss any concerns with your healthcare professional.

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