It's obvious that all babies need to move, but there is more to baby movements that meets the eye.
Does milestone development just happen, or do you think there should be a step-by-step process we all go through to experience optimal development?
It's obvious that all babies don't move the same, but my question is why?
I know why.
In my podcast Baby Movements from Birth to 24 months, I share with you the answers to this question and what you can do about it.
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I say "normal" because what is "normal?" I want to redefine what you think about baby movements and what they mean for your baby's future development.
You may have a child with special needs and think it's impossible for your child to experience "normal" development.
Your child can experience "normal" development, but not in the way you...
We have baby milestones, but how does a child's visual development correlate with those milestones.
I have a free webinar, VISION AND MOVEMENT SECRETS OF CORTICAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT (CVI), that you should watch. CLICK HERE.
Should you still watch if your child doesn't have Cortical Visual Impairment? It wouldn't hurt.
I have spent over a decade figuring that one out on my own because no professional or therapist had the answer.
Yes, I had the CVI ranges, but that didn't give me a solution on steps I could take to teach my child to see and how to track that vision.
In my free webinar, I teach you about 10 vision and movement secrets of CVI, but then I teach you about an assessment tool and a course I developed that teaches you how to track the progression of your child's vision and gives you a plan on how to manually start teaching your child how to see.
Here are some tips for successful patching, watch the video.
These vision exercises during patching can be very taxing so keep your patch times short and purposeful.
We patched him for the first time and it was a success!
His weaker eye is the left eye so that is what we patched FIRST! Why? Because we want him to feel comfortable and confident with his strong eye.
Want to learn a step-by-step process for successful patching that doesn't take 2 hours a day?
NOTE: Only Patch when recommended by your Doctor.
Patching can be done for any type of visual issue: lazy eye, strabismus, astigmatism, double vision, corneal abrasion, and glasses.
Patching can be done on babies, toddlers, and adults, and its easy to do it the wrong way and not help the vision.
Patching is a way to help strengthen the eyes so they work together, and there is more to patching than just covering the eye.
You want the...
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We all want our special children to create vertical milestones and other milestones, whether it's cerebral palsy, autism, or any other diagnosis.
Who wouldn't want our child to walk?
Many go to a vibration machine. Why? I'm still struggling with the answer to that.
Yes, you will see a static pose of what looks like standing; however, the vibration machine creates non-functional movements.
Not only does this process engage muscles, not needed in standing, to fire - but they can't turn off.
Yes, I am working on tummy time with this baby,
are you here because your baby is not doing tummy time, or you want your child to be better at tummy time?
You are learning about when to start tummy time, and you are wondering the tummy time age.
You know that tummy time is important, but maybe your baby can't do tummy time, or won't do tummy time.
Maybe your baby is past the tummy time age and you are wondering if you can still teach your baby tummy timer.
Is it okay for your baby to skip tummy time if the baby just can't do it?
Tummy time is essential to your baby's movement health, but there are circumstances where it's not safe for the baby, the baby doesn't like tummy time, or your baby can't do tummy time due to a genetic condition or something outside of your control.
It's not too late you teach your baby tummy time.
When a child has established their absolute horizon, tummy time becomes easier.