On My Own Two Feet is a comprehensive guide with over 100 pages of valuable research and information from the authors' first hand experiences. The book offers 50 games and activities to do with your child to promote development throughout different developmental stages. The games and activities are complete with photo illustrations, safety tips, and toy suggestions to make each activity more fun and engaging for a child. The book also provides valuable research on (i) typical infant and toddler developmental timelines and warning signs that may indicate a developmental delay; (ii) possible medical expenses associated with developmental delays; (iii) the role of health insurance and government resources in covering part of the medical expenses; and (iv) other support resources for parents and families with a developmentally delayed child. By purchasing this book you agree to the terms and conditions here: http://helpyourbabywalk.com/download/documents/TermsandConditions_001.pdf.... begin) and meet the 30 visit limit for therapy sessions in a given year (thereby preventing any insurance benefits to be paid). ... Then, we learned that insurance did not distinguish between physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, ... From the standpoint of insurance costs and benefits, there was really little difference between Lynna#39;s benefits under the ... then the move to group health insurance (which yielded no real advantage) would have left us much worse off in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||On My Own Two Feet|
|Author||:||Elisabeth Callahan, Patrick Callahan|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2010-04|