The Importance of Crawling

The Importance of Crawling

The CDC recently removed crawling from the developmental milestone guide, but crawling is still super important for development! Dr. Sarah discusses the benefits of crawling, red flags to look out for, and ways to encourage your infant to...
Signs Your Baby is Ready for Solid Foods

Signs Your Baby is Ready for Solid Foods

In this week’s video, Dr. Sarah Johnson explains 3 signs your baby is ready to try solid foods and she discusses important things to consider when picking and using a highchair during feeding! If you have any concerns about your infant’s development, reach...
5 Easy Alternative Positions for Tummy Time

5 Easy Alternative Positions for Tummy Time

We often hear from parents that tummy time is very difficult, but we have some alternatives that may help! Dr. Sarah demonstrates 5 alternate positions for tummy time that can be used to transition your baby towards more time on the...
Let’s Talk Chewing!

Let’s Talk Chewing!

Our Speech-Language Pathologist and Orofacial Myologist, Anna Housman, talks about why chewing is important for both children and adults. She also showcases and demonstrates some of our favorite sensory chews from Ark Therapeutic. Shop Ark Therapeutic...
Torticollis Stretches to Try at Home

Torticollis Stretches to Try at Home

Torticollis is a condition where the muscles on one side of the neck contract, causing the head to tilt to one side. If left untreated, Torticollis can cause long-term issues with feeding and delays in the achievement of infants’ developmental milestones. BUT it...