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OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES FOR THE PATHWAYS.ORG SOCIAL MEDIA CONTEST NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The sponsor of this contest is Pathways.org. The contest shall be subject to these official contest rules (the “Official Rules”), and by entering, all entrants agree to abide and be bound by the terms and conditions herein and the … Continued

0 to 3 Month Baby – Feeding Milestones to Look For

See the 4 different feeding milestones baby should be reaching by 3 months old. Each milestone has a short clip so you can see the different feeding milestones for baby and compare to the movements of your baby. See more 0-3 month milestones and videos. As always, all of our content is validated with American … Continued

Side by Side Motor Development Videos

Watch two babies in eight different positions to compare their motor movements. The side by side clips allow you to see the differences in movements between the two infants. One baby is developing typically and the other atypically. Notice the differences in motor movements and compare to your child to ensure they are on the … Continued

Parents’ Guide Video Series

New parents experience a lot of firsts with their baby! It can be overwhelming at times… Not to worry; Pathways.org is here to help! We try to make all this information a little easier to find and understand. Our Parents’ Guide video series is designed specifically for busy parents, so each video is about a … Continued

Recognizing Early Motor Delays at Well-Baby Visits

Recognizing Early Motor Delays at the 2, 4, & 6 Month Well-Baby Visit Watch the two videos below to learn more about detecting motor delays early! Detecting Motor Delays at 2 Months Old If you watched the “2 Month” online lecture please provide feedback here. Video provides information on: Benefit of early therapy Importance of Tummy Time Typical … Continued


Pathways.org Medical Roundtable and expert staff present at workshops and conferences across the United States in the pediatric therapy and maternal and child health fields. Explore this section for a look at our published abstracts, research posters, and exhibits. Parents’ Knowledge and Perception about Child Development: Evidence from a Practice-Based Survey Summary: This poster is … Continued

2, 4, 6 Month Motor – Course to Go

This is a complete educational course designed so that individuals around the world can teach groups about detecting early motor delays as early as 2 months.

The ABC’s of Safe Sleep

Before you say goodnight to your little one, here are some best practices for safe sleeping, as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Check out this quick tip to help prevent positional plagiocephaly: Safe sleep is as easy as A, B, C: Alone, Back, and Crib. Baby should always sleep alone. Don’t sleep in the … Continued

Meeting Milestones – How to Help Baby Visually Track Objects

Help baby meet their three month sensory milestone of visually tracking an object side to side while lying on their back. Use red, black, and white colored objects to keep baby engaged to help baby develop the ability to focus because colors are bold enough for baby to see. Touch a soft toy to baby’s … Continued

Meeting Milestones – How to Help Baby Lift & Hold Head Up

Help baby meet their 0-3 month motor milestone of lifting and holding up their head while on their tummy. Position baby’s elbows close to their body to help baby have a better base of support so they are able to push up more easily. Move a toy upward once it has caught baby’s gaze to … Continued

What Is Positional Plagiocephaly & Positional Torticollis?

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. What is positional plagiocephaly and positional torticollis? Positional plagiocephaly, also known as flat head syndrome, is when a baby develops a flattening on … Continued


What is a screening? A screening is used to determine if pediatric physical, occupational, and/or speech therapy is needed. A therapist observes your child in various positions and completing activities to determine if a comprehensive evaluation is needed. Screenings last 15-20 minutes and are offered for free at many pediatric therapy clinics. If you are in … Continued