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124: The power (and misconceptions) of routines for children - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

You've probably heard routines are very important for toddlers, but do you know why? I welcome Jessica, a Pediatric Occupational Therapist and founder of @rootedinroutine to discuss why routines are useful and misconceptions surrounding routines. We discuss: Why routines are helpful for toddlers ...

Episode 124: The power (and misconceptions) of routines for children

You’ve probably heard routines are very important for toddlers, but do you know why? I welcome Jessica, a Pediatric Occupational Therapist and founder of @rootedinroutine to discuss why routines are useful and misconceptions surrounding routines.

We discuss:

  • Why routines are helpful for toddlers
  • Why they are helpful for YOU
  • Some non-negotiables when it comes to routines
  • Misconceptions about routines

Find out more about Jessica on her Instagram @rootedinroutine or her website  rootedinroutine.com

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