Preparing for Baby’s Milestones

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Wouldn’t it be nice if babies came with an instruction manual? Unfortunately, they don’t. From the day a baby decides to come into this world, a mom’s life revolves around baby’s developmental milestones.  It can be difficult to predict when or where these milestones will take place, so making sure that both mom and the home are prepared ahead of time for all of these moments can help put mom at ease. Whether it’s crawling at 9 months, pulling up at 12 months, walking at 18 months or running at 2 years, knowing what to look out for gives mom the peace of mind to focus on enjoying the moment.

How can new parents be ahead of their baby’s “next steps,” by knowing what to expect and how to prepare?
 
Dr. Alanna Levinewill explains baby’s key developmental stages, discuss places in the home where babies explore during each new stage and share how to help make sure those places are healthy and germ-free. She also explains information regarding valuable resources such as the free Healthy Start Clinic.

The program provides parents with educational resources and quality face time with pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners about developmental milestones and hygiene education to help parents keep their children healthy.

For more information, visit: LYSOL.COM

About Dr. Levine:

Dr. Alanna Levine is a New York based pediatrician and a mom of two children. Dr. Levine frequently appears on television and in print speaking about breaking medical news and common parenting topics. Dr. Levine is a contributor for BabyCenter.com, and she is on the executive committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Council on Communications and Media.

Dr. Levine sees patients at Orangetown Pediatric Associates in New York and is also on staff at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in New Jersey. She completed her internship and residency at the Mount Sinai Hospital, received her medical degree at Sackler School of Medicine in Tel Aviv, Israel, a masters in medical sciences from Boston University, and a bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin.


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