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¡Presentamos nuestra nueva página web dedicada a los padres que buscan información sobre la importancia de las terapias para infantes con alto riesgo en el Neurodesarrollo! Aquí, encontrará una gran cantidad de conocimientos y recursos para ayudarlo a navegar el viaje de apoyar el desarrollo de su hijo. Entendemos que cada infante es único y puede requerir asistencia adicional para alcanzar sus metas en el desarrollo. Es por eso que hemos seleccionado un espacio específicamente diseñado para brindarle la información y la orientación que necesita. Desde artículos y videos de expertos hasta consejos prácticos e historias de éxito, nuestro objetivo es empoderarlo como padre y garantizar que su infante reciba la mejor atención posible. Únase a nuestra comunidad de padres y profesionales que nos apoyan mientras trabajamos juntos para dar a cada infante la oportunidad de prosperar. ¡Bienvenido a un espacio dedicado al crecimiento y desarrollo de su infante!

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2 Month Old Baby Typical & Atypical Development Side by Side

2 Month Old Baby Typical & Atypical Development Side by Side

**EDUCATIONAL VIDEO** What should a 2 month old baby be doing when it comes to motor skills? What should baby motor skills look like in a typically developing child? This footage shows a comparison of typical and atypical development for a 2 month old baby. See the difference in their physical development in these side-by-side clips. Looking at baby in multiple positions is helpful in the early detection of motor delays. Watch this video to see the eight positions healthcare providers use to determine if intervention is needed and what parents can look for in their baby鈥檚 development. 馃彔 Visit Pathways.org: https://www.pathways.org 馃懚 Download FREE Pathways.org baby app: https://pathways.org/mobile-app 馃敆 Download FREE 2 Months: Early Motor Delays handout (Available in multiple languages!): https://pathways.org/watch/2-month-old-typical-and-atypical-motor-development ___________________ Each year, 1 in 40 children in the United States is born with an early motor delay, and an estimated 400,000 children are born at-risk for a delay. When healthcare providers know what to look for, they are better equipped to recognize the subtle signs of a delay in infants as young as 2 months of age, giving them the opportunity to receive early intervention services and thereby reach their fullest potential. We encourage you to use Pathways.org resources as a guide to identify potential early motor delays at each well-child visit. ___________________ 馃應 ABOUT PATHWAYS.ORG Pathways.org is a non-profit organization that provides free, trusted resources so that every parent is fully empowered to support their child鈥檚 development. Our milestones are supported by American Academy of Pediatric findings. Our resources are developed with and approved by expert pediatric physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists. 馃憢 COME JOIN US Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PathwaysDotOrg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pathwaysorg Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pathwaysorg Twitter: https://twitter.com/PathwaysOrg 00:22 Typical and atypical supine 01:19 Typical and atypical side-lying 02:11 Typical and atypical prone 03:28 Typical and atypical pull to sit 04:17 Typical and atypical sitting 05:01 Typical and atypical horizontal suspension 05:39 Typical and atypical protective extension 06:22 Typical and atypical standing #earlydetection #earlyintervention #pediatrics #babydevelopment #motorskills #motordevelopment #pediatrictherapy #pediatricphysicaltherapy All materials including videos are provided at no cost; no fees or charges may be associated with any of the Pathways.org materials without prior written approval.
4 Month Old Baby Typical & Atypical Development Side by Side

4 Month Old Baby Typical & Atypical Development Side by Side

**EDUCATIONAL VIDEO** Do you know what a 4 month old baby's motor skills should look like? This footage shows a comparison of typical and atypical motor development for a 4 month old baby. See the difference in their physical development in these side-by-side clips. Looking at baby in multiple positions is helpful in the early detection of motor delays. Watch this video to see the eight positions healthcare providers use to determine if intervention is needed and what parents can look for in their baby鈥檚 development. 馃彔 Visit Pathways.org: https://www.pathways.org 馃懚 Download FREE Pathways.org baby app: https://pathways.org/mobile-app 馃敆 Download FREE 4 Months: Early Motor Delays handout (Available in multiple languages!): https://pathways.org/watch/4-month-old-typical-and-atypical-motor-development ___________________ Each year, 1 in 40 children in the United States is born with an early motor delay, and an estimated 400,000 children are born at-risk for a delay. When healthcare providers know what to look for, they are better equipped to recognize the subtle signs of a delay in infants as young as 2 months of age, giving them the opportunity to receive early intervention services and thereby reach their fullest potential. We encourage you to use Pathways.org resources as a guide to identify potential early motor delays at each well-child visit. ___________________ 馃應 ABOUT PATHWAYS.ORG Pathways.org is a non-profit organization that provides free, trusted resources so that every parent is fully empowered to support their child鈥檚 development. Our milestones are supported by American Academy of Pediatric findings. Our resources are developed with and approved by expert pediatric physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists. 馃憢 COME JOIN US Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PathwaysDotOrg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pathwaysorg Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pathwaysorg Twitter: https://twitter.com/PathwaysOrg 00:20 Typical and atypical supine 01:21 Typical and atypical side-Lying 02:11 Typical and atypical prone 03:02 Typical and atypical pull to Sit 03:31 Typical and atypical sitting 04:42 Typical and atypical horizontal suspension 05:24 Typical and atypical protective extension 06:09 Typical and atypical standing #earlydetection #earlyintervention #pediatrics #babydevelopment #motorskills #motordevelopment #pediatrictherapy #pediatricphysicaltherapy All materials including videos are provided at no cost; no fees or charges may be associated with any of the Pathways.org materials without prior written approval.
6 Month Old Baby Typical & Atypical Development Side by Side

6 Month Old Baby Typical & Atypical Development Side by Side

**EDUCATIONAL VIDEO** Watch to see if your 6 month old baby's motor development is on track! This video shows a comparison of typical and atypical development for a 6 month old baby. See the difference in their physical development in these side-by-side clips. Looking at baby in multiple positions is helpful in the early detection of motor delays. Watch this video to see the eight positions healthcare providers use to determine if intervention is needed and what parents can look for in their baby鈥檚 development. 馃彔 Visit Pathways.org: https://www.pathways.org 馃懚 Download FREE Pathways.org baby app: https://pathways.org/mobile-app 馃敆 Download FREE 6 Months: Early Motor Delays handout (Available in multiple languages!): https://pathways.org/watch/6-month-old-typical-atypical-motor-development-side-side-comparison ___________________ Each year, 1 in 40 children in the United States is born with an early motor delay, and an estimated 400,000 children are born at-risk for a delay. When healthcare providers know what to look for, they are better equipped to recognize the subtle signs of a delay in infants as young as 2 months of age, giving them the opportunity to receive early intervention services and thereby reach their fullest potential. We encourage you to use Pathways.org resources as a guide to identify potential early motor delays at each well-child visit. ___________________ 馃應 ABOUT PATHWAYS.ORG Pathways.org is a non-profit organization that provides free, trusted resources so that every parent is fully empowered to support their child鈥檚 development. Our milestones are supported by American Academy of Pediatric findings. Our resources are developed with and approved by expert pediatric physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists. 馃憢 COME JOIN US Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PathwaysDotOrg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pathwaysorg Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pathwaysorg Twitter: https://twitter.com/PathwaysOrg 0:19 Typical and atypical supine 1:17 Typical and atypical side-lying 2:01 Typical and atypical prone 3:26 Typical and atypical pull to sit 4:06 Typical and atypical sitting 5:09 Typical and atypical horizontal suspension 5:34 Typical and atypical protective extension 6:17 Typical and atypical standing #earlydetection #earlyintervention #pediatrics #babydevelopment #motorskills #motordevelopment #pediatrictherapy #pediatricphysicaltherapy All materials including videos are provided at no cost; no fees or charges may be associated with any of the Pathways.org materials without prior written approval.
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