Pediatric therapists transform you into experts on your baby's development, so you can parent confidently
In this comprehensive online course, pediatric physical therapist, Gina Mydlo, will teach you ALL of the physical milestones, WHY they are so important, and HOW you can promote baby's development with specific tips and tricks - all from the comfort of your own home! Learn everything from why teaching your baby to crawl is so important for brain development, and how to confidently teach your baby to take their first steps.
Motor Skills: Birth - 6 months
In this comprehensive online course, pediatric physical therapist, Gina Mydlo, will teach you ALL of the physical milestones, WHY they are so important, and HOW you can promote baby's development with specific tips and tricks - all from the comfort of your own home! From tummy time to sitting independently (and everything in between), you will will learn the TRUTH behind how baby develops and what is actually essential to promote development.
Mastering Bottle Feeds
Whether you breast-feed or not, your baby will need to be proficient at taking a bottle! This course will teach you everything you need to know about bottle feeding to promote successful skills in your infant, and prevent common issues like reflux, nipple aversion, gassiness, over-eating, and much more. Learn the correct bottles and nipples to use, how to position baby appropriately, and other tips to support healthy eating from expert pediatric feeding specialist, speech language pathologist, and certified lactation consultant, Laura Pierce.
Mastering Solid Feeds
This course will answer all of your questions regarding advancing your baby to solid feedings. Expert pediatric speech and language pathologist and feeding specialist, Laura Pierce, will explain how to present certain foods in a certain order to support baby's development, while also showing you the best spoons, cups, and other feeding tools that are best for baby. Whether you choose to start with purees, or choose baby-led weaning, this class is the best way to learn how to promote the skills necessary to prevent picky eating, and to raise a happy, healthy eater.