Leah Vega

When do you need to be concerned about your children development? Leah Vega, Physical Therapist with Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, explains why development is a sequence and not a timeline, and what you should know before worrying for their development. What can you do to help your 3-month-old baby in their development? Leah Vega, Physical Therapist with Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, shows you the types of exercises and toys your baby can play with to improve their development. How can you help your children to be bilingual? Leah Vega, Physical Therapist with Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, gives some recommendations to keep a good balance between languages and how books and routine can help them. What should a 10-12-month-baby do? Leah Vega, Physical Therapist with Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, explains the tasks they should do at that age, such as responding when you say their names, and how you can help them to get to that point when they are a little behind. The baby positions are supine, prone, quadruped, and sitting / standing. Leah Vega, Physical Therapist with Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, talks about them and explains the different movements babies from 0 to 3 months should do as a normal development. What are the milestones in the development of a 9-month-old baby? Leah Vega, Physical Therapist with Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, talks about crawling, getting into sitting position, and having favorite toys, among others. Cerebral palsy and intellectual disability are common types of developmental disabilities in children. Leah Vega, Physical Therapist with Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, talks about them and explains some others, such as autism spectrum disorder, and fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.

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