Creating happy homes with a nurturing child development community
Parenting in early childhood is a challenge. We know, we struggle with these challenges too! Add to that all the confusing and contradictory information. We believe that by understanding child development, we’ll be able to create happy homes and decrease the stress of parenting. We’ll bring our experiences as developmental pediatricians and as parents to help you. We are in this with you.
Tantrums. Stress. Hitting. “Bad” behavior.
If you are facing these challenges, know that you are not alone. There ARE effective and science-backed methods to help you deal with these parenting challenges.
Learn a step-by-step method that you can use to help your child deal with big feelings and cope with stress. Brought to you by the developmental and behavioral pediatricians from the Dev Peds Village team.
We’re here to help you with these topics!
The early childhood years are very short. Make them a happy time.
At Dev Peds Village, we believe that a good understanding of child development is necessary for a happy home and family life. Many stresses in parenting are caused by not understanding child development. We try to make kids do things that are not developmentally appropriate. We misinterpret normal behaviour as misbehavior. There is so much confusion and conflicting information out there. We will help you sort this out.
Webinars on Early Childhood Development
Trying to toilet train? Struggling to feed a picky eater? Tired all day because your child doesn’t sleep well? Confused about what to do next to help your child with speech delay? Developmental pediatricians discuss these in a series of webinars.
As mentioned in our previous article on global developmental delay, children below the age of 5 who show delays in at least two areas of development after taking a standardized test are diagnosed with global developmental delay (GDD). But once the child reaches the...
Do you feel pressured to provide activities to constantly entertain your child? Do your kids complain that they’re bored when you try to limit screen time? Often, we feel that we need to fill our kids' schedules with activities to entertain and keep them busy....
Has this happened to you? You Google “activities for toddlers” or look it up on Pinterest.You see hundreds - maybe even thousands - of beautiful and interesting looking activities. They use nice keywords like “sensory play” or “brain development”.You download a few of...