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News Feed Item and Dr. Anne Zachry to Host Free Webinar on Tummy Time

Webinar Will Focus on Importance of Tummy Time As Well As Tips for Parents and Caregivers

GLENVIEW, IL--(Marketwired - April 29, 2014) - -- a national non-profit dedicated to empowering parents and health professionals with information on children's motor, sensory, and communication development -- and occupational therapist, Dr. Anne Zachry, are hosting a free webinar on tummy time, Thursday, May 15th at 10 am CST.

The webinar will cover the importance of tummy time, different tummy time positions, how to make tummy time fun, tips for a fussy baby during tummy time and more. Tummy Time plays a significant role in helping babies meet their developmental milestones and gives babies the chance to practice emerging gross motor, fine motor, communication, and sensory skills.

Dr. Anne Zachry has been an occupational therapist for over 20 years and has a PhD in Educational Psychology. She is currently Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Dr. Zachry is also the author of Retro Baby, Cut Back on all the Gear and Boost Your Baby's Development with Time Tested Activities, which was endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

To attend the free webinar, email [email protected]

Founded in 1985, empowers parents and health professionals with free educational resources on the benefit of early detection and early therapy for children's motor, sensory, and communication development. For more information visit or email [email protected]. is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization.

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