Children’s Chiropractic Centre Blog

Child Development Between Ages 18mths -2yrs

Posted by Australian Children's Chiropractic Centre - Team on 06-Nov-2018 13:52:07

By the time your child is between the ages of 18 months to two years old their gross motor, communication and development skills are rapidly changing and growing. They are becoming more independent and eagerly wanting to show off their new skills and abilities which are helping them become the amazing little person they are.

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Topics: Babies, Health, children, families, Development, spine, brain, Blog

Child Development In Ages 5-6 Years

Posted by Australian Children's Chiropractic Centre - Team on 30-Oct-2018 17:48:03

Many of our families have kids getting ready for big school next year.
Yes! Kindergarten is not to far off now.
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Topics: children, Development, brain, Blog, Mums, School

Development Between Ages 2-3 years

Posted by Australian Children's Chiropractic Centre - Team on 23-Oct-2018 09:33:32

Between the ages of 2-3 years your toddler is rapidly changing and developing not just in motor & communication skills but developing a sense of who they are and what they love to do. 

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Topics: Health, children, Development, spine, brain, Relationships, Mums

Why we love baby wearing!

Posted by Dr Jacey Pryjma on 07-May-2018 14:24:11

 


[Image credit: Born for love - Ergobaby]
Holding or carrying a baby (or young child) on your body using a carrier

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Topics: Mothers, Babies, Health, parents, Development, spine, Mums, ACCC, baby wearing

The Power Of Tummy Time

Posted by Dr Jacey Pryjma on 19-Sep-2017 14:00:00

Watching your babe achieve new skills makes your heart go a flutter! You’re watching in awe as this little human, who you have brought in to the world, learns, develops and grows right before your eyes. Working on tummy time helps him to one day move on his own. He starts to lift his head and one day take those amazing first steps will be some of the most proud moments you have as a parent. Tummy time is such an important first step into the future.

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Topics: Babies, Development, workshops