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Pediatric Rehabilitation


A webinar is an online session where you can learn about your child’s development, health, and wellness. Most of these sessions are hosted live by pediatric rehab healthcare providers. This means you can see, hear, and ask questions during the session. Some sessions are pre-recorded. When you attend one of these, you’ll see and hear the information about that topic. Once you register for a webinar, yo​u’ll be sent a link to connect on the date and time of the session. You can join a webinar using your computer, laptop, or any device that connects to the internet.​

These sessions are offered at many da​tes and times and are free. Check out which ones are right for you.​ If you have trouble registering for a webinar, you can email and someone will help you.

Development webinars​​​​​

Daily Self-Care

Sweet dreams: Tips for better sleep for babies and toddlers
Toilet training
Toilet troubles
Puberty: Preparing for periods (monthly cycles)
Puberty: Managing periods (monthly cycles)

Eating, Feeding, and Swallowing

Tips for success: Getting through mealtime struggles


Your guide to tummy time

Talking and Listening​

Early communication: Helping your child develop first words
Talking and listening for children who are using first words
Supporting your child’s speech
Get ready for successful speech therapy
Common questions about children learning more than one language
Understanding stuttering and how to help

Walking, Moving, and Mobility

Helping your child develop movement skills
Late walkers: What to expect and do to help your child

​Social Skills, Play, and Recreation

Screen time: Finding balance in a digital world

​Emotions, Feelings, and How You Respond

Emotional regulation: Introduction to managing your emotions
The ABCs of addressing behaviour challenges
Sensory processing: Everyday sensations
Self-care break for your busy life
Taking care of the caregiver

Head Shape, Head Tilt, and Neck Stiffness

Infant head shape and torticollis
Infant head shape: Positioning for babies
Infant torticollis: Positioning for babies

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