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6 Tips for Holding and Positioning an Infant with Down Syndrome

A baby with Down syndrome is often born with low tone, or hypotonia. This guide will help you properly hold and position a newborn with Down syndrome.

Tips and Tricks- Increasing neck strength and head control « Beyond Basic Play

Tips and Tricks- Increasing neck strength and head control

Tips and Tricks for Increasing neck strength and head control. Like these simple ideas for early intervention with parents- except for the picture of the baby unsupervised on the couch and watching the TV at around 3 months old!

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0-12 Month Old Baby Videos

An early intervention Occupational Therapist shares with parents how to to identify developmental red flags during baby's first 3 months in the areas of feeding, motor, communication, and sensory development.

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Imitation: A Big Milestone For Children With Down Syndrome

We invite you to join the story we are telling through our daily one minute videos about our son who was born with Down syndrome. We will share facts, information, therapy resources, and lots more.

position for infants with Down Syndrome from Noah's Dad.  A nice article for parents.

position for infants with Down Syndrome from Noah's Dad. A nice article for parents.

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