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0 to 3 Month Baby – Sensory Milestones to Look For

Parents and caregivers should watch this video to see five sensory milestones baby should reach by the time they are 3 months old. The video contains 5 clips to show exactly what each one of the sensory milestones for 0-3 months old should look like. During the first three months of life, a baby grows at … Continued

0 to 3 Month Baby – Motor Milestones to Look For

The 0-3 month motor milestones video shows parents and caregivers 5 examples of motor milestones baby should reach by 3 months old. Each video clip shows how baby should be moving and what parents and caregivers should watch for. Early motor delays can be detected by 3 months of age and the motor milestones video … Continued

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We’re Looking For New Team Members! If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, the ability to think outside the box, and a strong desire to help babies reach their full potential, Pathways.org might be the place for you.

Pathways.org Academy

The more you know, the better they grow Pathways.org Academy offers educational resources for parents, caregivers, and healthcare professionals to support the growth and development of children. We offer on-demand courses, webinars, and more to help keep children on track and catch potential delays early.

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PRIVACY POLICY Thank you for visiting www.pathways.org, www.pathwaysawareness.org, www.pathwayscenter.org, www.inclusioninworship.org, or www.team-w.org. Pathways Foundation (“Pathways.org”), which includes Pathways Awareness, Pathways Center, Pathways Inclusion in Worship, and TEAM W respects the privacy of online visitors and donors. This Privacy Policy explains our collection and treatment of any personal information you may provide to us through this … Continued

Feeding Brochure

What can baby eat? Pathways.org’s Feeding Brochure will guide parents and caregivers through all of baby’s feeding milestones by providing recommendations on what baby should eat or drink. These foods help to support baby’s growth and development by providing the appropriate nutrition for their age and ability. What’s Inside? Checklist of feeding milestones, appropriate foods, … Continued

Tummy Time Brochure

Strengthen baby’s muscles with Tummy Time! Pathways.org’s Tummy Time Brochure is a simple guide parents and healthcare providers can use to understand and safely implement Tummy Time. Help baby build the muscles they will use to hit important milestones, from rolling to sitting and crawling. What’s Inside? Checklist of developmental milestones baby should reach at … Continued

Assure the Best Brochure

“A concise, parent-friendly guide.” -Healthcare professional Need a simple and reliable way to track your child’s development? Get the Assure the Best brochure! Created with the Pathways.org Medical Roundtable and endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians, and Pediatric Section of the American Physical … Continued

6 Ways to Help Ease Your Child’s Preschool Separation Anxiety

Starting preschool is a big milestone for your little one. It marks the beginning of their formal education, a process that’s likely to span multiple decades. When your child enters the doors of their new school on the first day, they will meet future friends and find themselves immersed in a wide range of learning … Continued

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What Chores Are Right For My Child?

Chores. Kids don’t like them, and parents use them to get some extra help around the house. But don’t worry parents; you’re actually helping with your child’s development. Kids can start taking on household chores and small tasks as early as two years old. There are so many chores a child can do to help … Continued

Baby on the Move – 5 Ways to Encourage Crawling

Babies become mobile pretty fast! Between 7-9 months old, babies will typically begin crawling, with many starting to walk around their first birthday. It’s important to stay close to baby at all times while they’re crawling and learning to walk. Baby could end up crawling over to places and things that could hurt them! Check … Continued

Helpful Links

Helpful Organizations Shirley Ryan AbilityLab www.sralab.org The first-ever “translational” research hospital where clinicians, scientists, innovators and technologists work together in the same space, applying research real time to physical medicine and rehabilitation. Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Life Center www.sralab.org/lifecenter The Henry B. Betts LIFE Center is a multimedia education center that provides opportunities for Learning, Innovation, Family … Continued

Tips for Comforting a Fearful or Nervous Child

No parent wants to see their child upset, but sometimes it’s hard to know how to react when your child is nervous or afraid. Do you hug them? Do you let them cry it out? There’s so much conflicting advice out there! Next time you’re faced with reacting to your nervous or fearful child, try … Continued