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Pediatric Information Evening AUGUST 29TH, 7pm


All learning comes from movement and it is well coordinated movements that precedes learning. If your child is slow to develop gross motor skills such as marching or hopping they are likely to struggle with fine motor skills like reading and writing, too.   

Although there may be no visible signs of trauma at birth, the impact can show up later in your child’s life – and in ways you might not associate with the birth. This is why looking at a baby's early development is so important and any set backs, or gaps may lead to problems later in their motor and cognitive development.

Here are some tell-tale signs to look out for.

  •  The baby startles easily past 5 months of age
  •  Your child is not crawling or walking by 8 and 12months respectively
  •  Baby walks before they crawl
  •  Your baby hates tummy time
  •  Your baby screams in the back of the car while traveling
  •  AND LATER ON......
  •  The child may have difficulty learning to write or read, even though they seem bright enough
  •  He or she may have trouble catching a ball around 5 years of age
  •  Your child misses social cues and struggles to make friends

Getting to know each other at birth can be quite daunting to parents, and stressing about how their developing and whether you are doing the best thing for your child can be minimised.

This information session is for all parents to be and parents of babies and young children, or anyone that works or looks after babies and young children.

GIVE THEM THE BEST START.

CALL OUR OFFICE ON 9329 1118 TO BOOK YOUR SEAT.
$10 PER PERSON
Errol St Chiropractic Centre, 222 Errol St North Melbourne, 305
Posted on: 26th July, 2017
Categories: Children's Development
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