Written By: Nicole Martens, MSOT, OTR/L
What is sensory input?
Sensory input is our ability to take in information from the external environment to our body through our sensory system to make connections and meaning of the world. Our sensory system is…
Written By: Elizabeth Hare, PT, DPT
One of the biggest factors for physical development for newborns/infants/toddlers/children is their trunk stability and mobility. In order to reach, kick, roll, sit, crawl, stand, and walk, you initiate movement and stability in your trunk.…
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Parents frequently ask what to do if their newborn/baby does not like “tummy-time”. The side-lying position has been emphasized for new parents as an important position especially with the “safe-sleep” initiative recommending lying a baby on their…