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This is a great position for your baby to be in during playtime/floortime. You can place a rolled up blanket behind them or offer your leg for support to help them maintain that position. Side lying helps them to balance their flexors and extensors (front and back of their body) and offers an opportunity to strengthen their neck and shoulders in a different plane of movement.

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Sensation Education’s mission is to provide support to infants, children and their families throughout the course of a child’s development from birth to adolescence.  Jen is committed to providing each infant and child with an individualized plan to meet his or her developmental needs.  She believes that early treatment promotes optimal development and is the key to prevention of future developmental concerns. At Sensation Education, we value educating and empowering parents to help support their child's progress, growth and development.
We provide services to infants and toddlers (birth-3 years) who are experiencing difficulties with various areas of development. The team at Sensation Education is trained in Sensory Integration Therapy and they utilize this therapeutic framework for identifying and treating motor planning, balance/coordination, visual motor and self-regulation deficits.

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