Identifying and Overcoming Developmental Delay in Toddlers & Preschoolers
- What developmental milestones you should be looking for in your toddler or preschooler
- How being aware of your child’s neurological development can give you a different perspective as a parent
- About the “Triangle of Development” which affects all areas of development and how if any of these 3 pieces of the triangle are not functioning properly, your child’s development might suffer
- If there is a difference between a true developmental delay and your child just being on the slow end of normal
- Why you shouldn’t “wait and see” if your child will grow out of a developmental issue
- How Dr. Hanson assesses and treats developmental delays
Dr. Hanson’s free gift is “Dr. Laura’s Guide to Developmental Milestones“!
All Milestones are important. Milestones provide a road map of development from newborn forward. Milestone acquisition is really throughout all of life, even as adults. Children with developmental delay consistently demonstrate a pattern of disruption in their milestones.
This guide features the consistent disruptions that she has noticed over the last 20 years in children of ages:
- Newborn to 1 year
- 2 years and up
- 4-5 years and up
- 6 years and up
Dr. Laura Hanson, Certified Chiropractic Pediatric Diplomat & Neuro-Developmental Therapist: Connect My Brain
Dr. Laura Hanson, D.C., D.I.C.C.P., NDT, is board certified chiropractic pediatric diplomat, neuro-developmental therapist, and has completed Master’s coursework in Nutrition. Dr. Hanson has held faculty positions at both Palmer College and Life University from 2003 until 2012. Dr. Hanson is recognized domestically and internationally through her personal teachings to health care professionals, teachers, and parents on the progression of pediatric development.
Dr. Hanson has practice since 1996 in the area of pediatric development and brain based patient management. Dr. Hanson is recognized as a world expert in teaching and caring for children with developmental delay. Her goal is to educate communities on the effects of stress on the developing brain, in ability to conceive a baby, meltdowns and parenting, and chronic ill health.
Connect My Brain is a program that serves all populations. She recognizes that in order to change the chronic patterns of dis-ease, altered development, and stress that affect a person’s thought and drive; we must change how the brain perceives its environment. Dr. Hanson is committed to bring a message of hope and resolution through the transforming of your mind.
Dr. Hanson was a part of the Surviving Early Childhood Summit.