Childhood development

Resources for families with special needs

An Overview of Flat Head Syndrome

Flat head syndrome—medically known as positional plagiocephaly—occurs when a baby’s head develops a flat spot in the first months of its life. The baby’s skull is soft, and their neck muscles are still weak during this … READ MORE

Fall Volt Hockey!

Volt is a unique adaptation to the sport of hockey, as it allows participants who have more complex needs – particularly those with limited upper mobility to play the sport – extending beyond other adaptive variations of hockey … READ MORE

Adaptive Gymnastics

Open only to children with a disability requiring 1:1 coaching, this program is designed to introduce children with a disability to the sport of artistic gymnastics. University of Calgary Children will participate in our circuit-based … READ MORE

Taking the brain out for a walk

A recent study shows that spending time outdoors has a positive effect on our brains. If you’re regularly out in the fresh air, you’re doing something good for both your brain and your well-being. Emma Simpson, Unsplash … READ MORE

Helmet therapy for your baby

Helmet therapy is used to gently correct the shape of babies’ skulls over time. Newborn babies’ skulls are soft plates with spaces between them. As the baby grows, these plates grow, gradually harden and knit together. Johns … READ MORE

What parents need to know about a baby helmet

12 things to remember when a baby is in a helmet. By Normallifemom, Normal Life Mom December 12, 2019. My four month old son was diagnosed with Torticollis and Plagiocephaly. It sounds way scarier than what it is. Essentially, he has … READ MORE
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