Discover the Importance of Proprioceptive Stimulation for Your Baby
 Lindsey Parish, Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant/Licensed, Certified Infant Massage Instructor

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Lindsey's Session Is Available Until Thursday, October 8th at 9:00 AM EST

A few things you’ll discover by tuning into Lindsey's session:

*What is sensory integration, sensory processing, and proprioception and why are these important for my baby?

*Why is it important to develop my baby's proprioceptive sense?

*How can I develop and stimulate my baby's proprioceptive sense?

*How can I tell if my baby is struggling with proprioceptive development?

And so much more!

Lindsey Parish

Lindsey Parish, COTA/L, CIMI is a nationally board-certified Occupational Therapy Assistant licensed in the state of Texas. She received her BA in Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University in 2006. Lindsey then worked as an Early Invention Specialist for 7 years servicing the 0-3 population by providing in-home developmental therapy. She later received her Associates in Applied Science from Navarro College in 2013, where she was valedictorian of her class.

Lindsey has since been working in the pediatric occupational therapy field for 7 years. After having gained experience across a variety of settings including early intervention, pediatric home-health, and in-patient pediatric psychiatry at Cook Children’s Hospital, she decided to open up with her own practice with a fellow physical therapist colleague. AL-Inclusive Therapy Services was started in the Fall of 2019 and is a pediatric therapy and wellness company providing a variety of services through in-person or virtual sessions.

Lindsey has been a certified infant massage instructor for over 10 years and strongly believes in the power of touch and enhancing child/caregiver bonding in those first years of life. She is also a certified provider of Beckman oral motor therapy and The Listening Program through Advanced Brain technologies. She has a vested interest in sensory processing, early childhood, and feeding therapy and has devoted much time and continuing education to those areas.

Lindsey is a mother of 3 little ones herself ages 6, 3, and 2. Family time is of the utmost importance to her and if that family time can occur in nature even better. Lindsey has also started and runs an Instagram account @alinclusivetherapy where she helps navigate the path of development by offering developmental information and activities. She loves learning and is always researching or learning about topics relevant to the pediatric population.

Check out the Al Inclusive Services website here.

Share Your Thoughts!

Head over to the Facebook Group and tell us what you thought of Lindsey's presentation. (Screenshot to earn 1 point for the scavenger hunt.)

1. What is one way you're going to promote your baby's proprioceptive development at home?

2. What was something new that you learned from Lindsey's presentation?

And if you have any questions or takeaways from this session, add that to your post too. Thanks!

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