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sensori-motor development guest Robin Campbell

From the first hours of life, babies interact with the world through touch and sensory exploration. As babies grow, their motor and sensory skills become more complex and purposeful. We sometimes take for granted that these domains of development will just unfold without special attention. But, as research shows, persistent problems with motor development or…

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As parents, we’re not always sure our children are learning and developing as they should. Even if we can see that our child is a whiz at language or number concepts, what about motor development or social skills? Help Me Grow is a free resource to help you make sure your child’s development is on…

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It’s hard to imagine a three-year-old, let alone a baby, having mental health problems. But this week’s guest, Catherine Wright, knows it happens. She also knows how to recognize such problems in very young children, where families can get help and what kinds of help are most effective. Tune into this important and informative Mom…

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Many of us have been there — a sleepy child stumbling into our bedroom saying, “Mommy, I wet my bed,” loading wet sheets into the washer and wondering if this will ever end! This week’s Mom Enough guest, Renee Mercer, knows the situation well, both as a nurse practitioner specializing in the treatment of bedwetting…

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Feeding our children, at any age, is the most basic way we nurture them and support their health and development. But too often mealtime becomes a battleground and a source of stress for the whole family. This week’s Mom Enough guest, Occupational Therapist Robin Campbell from St. David’s Center for Child & Family Development, brings…

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