Recommended Baby Equipment
Free Download: This, Not That: Baby Equipment Reccomendations
Recommended Baby Equipment from a Pediatric Physical Therapist
Is the equipment your baby is in or using supporting his or her development? No piece of equipment is going to make your child develop faster, better, or stronger (despite what companies may make you think)! However, there are some pieces of recommended baby equipment that may be better choices than others for supporting infant development.
Fit Family Physical Therapy is here to help! We created the ultimate cheat sheet for choosing between recommended baby equipment! We highlight some of the important choices to make when it comes to recommended baby equipment with easy-to-read bullet point lists and images. You can also check out our detailed tummy time free download or our infant gross motor development milestones free download for even more help in those first few months.
If you or someone you know has questions about recommended baby equipment, tummy time, or infant milestones, reach out to us at Fit Family Physical Therapy with questions! We are happy to help! We can help answer questions, evaluate and provide custom treatment to start making improvements in any delays immediately. Our board-certified pediatric physical therapists come to you! We make it easy and can treat your baby in their own environment and space.
This free download includes pictures and bullet pointed lists for each piece of recommended baby equipment.
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We offer one-on-one tummy time and milestone support through our developmental milestones check-in subscription! We provide help with hands-on activities and education for parents & caregivers of babies aged newborn – 18 months.
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