Causes of weak core muscles in toddlers

Causes of Weak Core Muscles in Toddlers: Core Strength Activities for Toddlers

It’s difficult to balance, perform coordinated movements on both sides of the body, sit up straight in a chair, hold a pencil, control scissors, or jump if you don’t have a strong core. We know that decreased core strength commonly contributes to other issues like W-Sitting and delayed motor skill development. The causes of weak core muscles in toddlers are

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The Benefits Of Pediatric In Home Care Therapy

The Benefits of Pediatric In-Home Care Therapy

There are many options when it comes to healthcare for your child. In addition to in-office visits, home healthcare is also available and offers quite a few benefits for you and your family. From providing therapy in comfortable surroundings to saving time, here are some reasons why pediatric in home health care may be the best way to go. Staying

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Solace Pediatric Home Healthcare specialized therapists help with anxiety


When children are chronically anxious, even the most well-meaning parents can fall into a negative cycle and, not wanting a child to suffer, actually exacerbate the youngster’s anxiety. It happens when parents, anticipating a child’s fears, try to protect her from them. Here are pointers for helping children escape the cycle of anxiety. None of us wants to see a

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Food Sensitivities

What to Avoid for Better Learning: Food Sensitivities in kids with ADHD and Learning Disabilities Kids with ADHD and children who have learning disabilities are notorious for also having certain food sensitivities. Meeting the nutritional needs of these children can be tricky; on one hand, it’s hard to avoid certain ingredients that seem to be present in everything (I’m looking

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growth and development

Safety and Special Needs

Scary stuff exists everywhere in the world, and for kid’s with special needs, the dangers might be harder to decipher and interpret. Most new parents “baby-proof” their living space, but parent’s of kids with special needs often need to go one step further and leave “no stone un-turned” and be extra vigilant. Here are a few good reminders of things

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