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109: What's up with the new CDC milestone update? A conversation between a pediatrician, OT, PT and SLP - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

On this episode I welcome @speechsisters (speech language pathology), @themovementmama (physical therapy) and @mammamia_ot (occupational therapy) for a frank discussion around the new CDC guidelines. We discuss the following: Introductions of specialties: speech language pathology, occupational therapy and physical therapy Concerns and discussions regarding the new CDC milestone guidelines The "wait and see" approach The parental role in a child's development So much more!

Episode 109: What’s up with the new CDC milestone update? A conversation between a pediatrician, OT, PT and SLP

On this episode I welcome @speechsisters (speech language pathology), @themovementmama (physical therapy) and @mammamia_ot (occupational therapy) for a frank discussion around the new CDC guidelines. We discuss the following:

  • Introductions of specialties: speech language pathology, occupational therapy and physical therapy
  • Concerns and discussions regarding the new CDC milestone guidelines
  • The “wait and see” approach
  • The parental role in a child’s development
  • So much more!

Updated milestones:

  • https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones/milestones-30mo.html

Informed SLP opinion

  • https://www.theinformedslp.com/review/no-sl-ps-were-in-the-room-where-it-happened
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