positioning for infants 101 to encourage gross motor development and limit flattening the head: alternate end of crib and changing table, lots of tummy time, limited use of bouncy seats and swings, alternate which hip you carry the baby on
Low Tone vs. High Tone — What Does It Mean For Your Child? - Has someone ever told you that your child has low tone? Or high tone? Have they explained exactly what that means and how it can affect your child’s development? Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.
Watch how Tummy Time helps babies develop the muscles in their back, neck and trunk to meet their infant development milestones. Print a handout for the video: http://pathways.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/essentialtummytimemoves_english.pdf
AMAZING list of developmental gross motor milestones for baby's first year, plus links to helpful articles with info and tips for how to help your baby work toward each major milestone. Major milestones covered include tummy time (prone), playtime on the back (supine), rolling, sitting, crawling, and standing/cruising/walking. #childdevelopment #mamaot #babies