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WHAT TOYS SHOULD I BUY?

Have you ever wondered - what toys should I buy to help my baby? What
parts of the brain are activated when my baby listens to music? What
parts of the brain are activated when I play with a toy in front of my
baby's eyes? Why is the author of this book balding?

Ok maybe not all questions will be answered. But I can tell you what
toys will be efficient to buy and what kinds of things to help your
newborn baby with their development. This book contains the secrets
that speech therapists, occupational therapists and physical
therapists use to capitalize on human development.

This book is written by a Child Neurologist trained at Johns Hopkins
Hospital.

NEWBORN BABY SCREEN BOOK

Please notice how this baby’s hands are closed. This means that
this baby must be less than four months old. Imagine if she moved her
arms symmetrically. Her face is to one side while she is sleeping.
This is a good sign. These are the kinds of nuances you are going to
learn about in this book. This book is meant to empower you as a
parent and to help with your baby’s development.

It is also meant to figure out which toys are good to buy at stores.
Is this toy a good toy for this two month old? A lot goes into making
toys. However, sometimes there are better one's to buy. For example
early on in development newborns are very good at seeing stick figures
and line drawings. So one technique is to draw lines or stick figures
or faces on a mirror. Which part of the brain is used when your baby
is watching these figures?

50% of pediatricians fail to refer to us when we need them to.

Don't rely on your pediatrician to know if you should or should not
refer your baby to a child neurologist. The brain is the scariest part
of the examination to all pediatricians.

Educate yourself to understand your baby's development.

Let Phytube.com help you in your baby's development.

This book answer's the following.

WHAT TOYS SHOULD I BUY TO STIMULATE MY NEWBORN'S BRAIN DEVELOPMENT?

WHAT PARTS OF MY BABY'S BRAIN ARE STIMULATED WITH DIFFERENT TOYS?

WHAT ARE THE DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES THAT MY BABY SHOULD HAVE?

BY VIVECK BALUJA, MD

PREFACE BOOK 1 – MOMMY SCREEN YOUR NEWBORN PART 1(NEWBORN TO 2
MONTHS)

According to the Johns Hopkins Gazette:

In 2006, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued guidelines that
call for informal clinical evaluation of development of all children
younger than 3 years during all well-child visits, and the use of a
standard developmental screening test in all children at ages 9
months, 18 months and 24 (or 30) months. The AAP recommends that
children who fail a screening test be referred to a specialist for
more testing and to an early intervention program.

Often times this screening does not happen because of pure lack of
time of patients. And if pediatricians do properly screen their
patients the referral rate to a specialist such as myself is low
because of poor follow-up and poor communication.

A recent study by Tracy King, MD a physician at Johns Hopkins
Hospital states that even when pediatricians did refer, their patterns
were all over the map, with most failing to refer children to both a
specialist and an early intervention program; rather, they chose one
or the other.

“The ultimate goal of screening is to improve outcomes for children
with developmental delays, but in our study we found that many
pediatricians did not act properly even when serious red flags were
present,” said lead researcher Tracy King, a pediatrician at the
Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. “This is where we should focus
our efforts: making sure that more children with suspected delays get
referred for testing and therapy.”

Follow-up is critical because children with developmental delays who
are treated promptly fare better than those who get delayed treatment
or no treatment at all, King said. For example, a child with a speech
problem who receives early speech-language therapy will improve faster
and do better in the long run than a child who is either not
identified until later or whose referrals are not acted upon.

The average pediatrician has about 20 minutes max while she is
evaluating your baby to talk about all of the things that are
important such as the heart, lungs, back to sleep and a whole slew of
other things that take place. Also your pediatrician is busy charting
all of these things. However, 50% of pediatricians don’t do this
examination properly.

My suggestion as a Child Neurologist and a Pediatrician trained at
Hopkins is that you not rely on your pediatrician for developmental
information because your screen is often the best screen.

During my fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Kennedy Krieger
Institute,  world renown Professor Bruce Shapiro and I diligently
studied the ability to make distance based telemedical diagnosis of
disability. From our study of many  patients over two years Dr.
Baluja and Dr. Shapiro obtained excellent reliability in their
diagnosis of developmental disability.

Dr. Bruce Shapiro and I studied the reliability of telemedical
diagnosis of developmental disability from on-site vs off-site
evaluations using a laptop and webcam, along with phone for interview
purposes. From the study we achieved excellent reliability showing
that we can now evaluate patients for disability – ACCURATELY
THROUGH telemedical diagnosis.

We are now offering our services to all children and adults in
world-wide. Our online consultation allows you to be in the drivers
seat.  Dr. Baluja’s concentration is on medication management and
telehealth diagnosis.

You can download this ebook to find out how you can video your
child's milestones and create a video diary to make sure that your
baby is keeping up with their milestones.

What?Why? It means that only you as a parent will spend the time to
record certain aspects of your child’s development and you can do
this as a step by step process with us.

Don’t rely on a flip of a coin when it comes to your child. Try to
do the examination on your own and be informed on your own. Once again
do not rely on your general pediatrician to have enough time to ask
all of the questions.

WHAT TOYS SHOULD I BUY TO STIMULATE MY NEWBORN'S BRAIN DEVELOPMENT?

WHAT PARTS OF MY BABY'S BRAIN ARE STIMULATED WITH DIFFERENT TOYS?

Also, mothers are really concerned about what Toy's they should buy -
for example with Toys R Us and other toys. This book will talk to you
about a concept that neurologist know called synaptic plasticity. This
information is based on years of information that researchers have
captured from images on the FMRI. An FMRI is a Functional MRI or brain
scan that lights up when a certain part of the body is used. This book
will show you what toys that you should buy for your baby to make
certain parts of the brain light up!

The brain is made up into the following parts.

The frontal part is really set for executive function. The parietal
for sensation, textures. The temporal for hearing and reading. The
Occipital for seeing, and the cerebellum for balance. This book will
tell you clearly what we are targeting with each different toy.
Ofcourse we will start in broad strokes and the we will work further
thereafter.

The cost of this manual is $27.99. The Book is in PDF format. You
will receive your product immediately through download.

Testimonials of My work and Patient Care Here: I have blocked off the
name of all of my customers as they also ask me questions as my
patients.

All purchases are refundable over sixty days.

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What Toys Should I buy for my newborn? What are the milestones that I
should know for my newborn? How do the toys that I buy help my
newborn?

If you wish to contact me before your purchase please email us at
phytube@gmail.com.

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