Join us to learn about tummy time and why it is important. This series of C.H.A.T. Resources programs are designed for parents, professionals and the community. Our Occupational Therapists will answer your questions including:
- When to start tummy time?
- How to incorporate tummy time in your routine?
- What if my child’s head is flat or prefers to turn their head to one side more than the other?
- Will my child’s head always look like this?
Learn essential tummy time moves and positioning techniques to prevent early motor delays, neck tightness and flat head syndrome (Plagiocephaly
). We will also provide information on Plagioceplahy Helmet Therapy.
Allen Sousa, MS OTR/L is a practicing Occupational Therapist at Nicholas Children’s hospital.
Her background is in cranial remodeling helmets, Concussion/Post-Concussion Syndrome, Sensory Integration, Traumatic brain injury, splinting and kinesiotaping. She works with outpatients and inpatients in the NICU, PICU, CICU, Oncology and Neuro departments.
Lois Czerwinski, OTR/L is a clinical specialist with 25+ years of experience in Occupational Therapy.
She works in a variety of areas including NICU, PICU, CICU, outpatient and inpatient care. Her primary caseload includes fragile premature babies, newborns with cardiac abnormalities, and infants diagnosed with Plagiocephaly. She developed the Cranial Remolding program at NCH. She also enjoys treating patients with upper extremity orthopedic disabilities, and splinting.
For more information, please call 305-662-8282 or e-mail email@example.com to register.