Entries by Nicole Sergent

2018 Holiday Shopping Guide – Toys To Promote Vision and Support Vision Loss

“What should I get them???” As therapists we hear this all the time. You know what else we hear often? “My kids don’t really play with toys.” Here’s our 2 cents on this as professionals who believe in the power of play. We all play. All mammals. No matter how old. We were designed for […]

2018 Holiday Shopping Guide – Toys To Promote Motor Development

“What should I get them???” As therapists we hear this all the time. You know what else we hear often? “My kids don’t really play with toys.” Here’s our 2 cents on this as professionals who believe in the power of play. We all play. All mammals. No matter how old. We were designed for […]

2018 Holiday Shopping List – GAMES

“What should I get them???” As therapists we hear this all the time. You know what else we hear often? “My kids don’t really play with toys.” Here’s our 2 cents on this as professionals who believe in the power of play. We all play. All mammals. No matter how old. We were designed for […]

A Must Have Baby Book (with a purpose).

When we created 1-2-3 Just Play With Me, we did so with some very specific considerations. One was choosing a card format vs. a book because while the content on those cards are therapist inspired, we created the product we wanted (and had time for) as busy moms AND therapists. One benefit we envisioned was […]

Supplemental Learning At Home

Milestones & Miracles is based in West Virginia and if you’ve turned on the national news, you may have noticed we are headed into Day 8 of a school closing where our brave teachers and school personnel are standing for a better future for themselves and a more sustainable and stronger education system for our […]

Don’t Add Tummy Time As Another Thing On The Schedule. What a pediatric PT wishes every hospital told new parents.

I love working in early intervention for many reasons, but one of the most rewarding is working alongside other passionate therapists. Today I got a call from a long time and skilled colleague, a speech language pathologist who is a feeding expert in our community. She had a question that led to a great discussion […]