Free Tummy Time class for expectant and new parents

Friday, May 19, 2017 by Child & Family Development


New Take on Tummy Time

Two esteemed members of our multidisciplinary team will lead this presentation:

For parents, caregivers and professionals (adults only; no childcare available)

Thursday, June 8 @ 6:15-7:15 pm

Child and Family Development– Midtown, 4012 Park Road, Suite 200, Charlotte NC 28209

How to effectively guide your child’s early development. Topics:

How early motor skills develop

  • Gravity – Good or Bad
  • Development from 0-3 months
  • Development from 4-6 months

Early benefits of positioning and movement

  • How positioning helps a baby gain skills
  • Positioning for feeding
  • Positioning for movement

Fresh alternative activities while interacting with your baby

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RSVP is required.  Click HERE to register. 




Topics: Gail Fennimore, Ann Guild, C&FD Seminars & Workshops

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