Is OT Right for My Child? In this issue: Rising Kindergartener

In this issue: Rising Kindergartener Is OT Right for My Child? In this issue: Rising Kindergartener Did you know: Kindergarten readiness is about much more than academic knowledge? In fact 5 [...]

Welcome to Zoom!

Hello PDC Families! First, a huge THANK YOU for all you are doing for your children during these challenging times. We know you have a LOT on your plates and our thoughts are with you. We need to [...]

PDC will be closed for virtual sessions on Monday, May 25th, 2020.

Please note that PDC will be closed for virtual sessions on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day. If you leave us a message or send us an email, we will get back to you as soon as we [...]

PDC and Teletherapy – Parent Testimonials!

Through teletherapy, it’s been amazing to see our therapists and parents becoming an even stronger team to aid in the progress of our kids. “Pediatric Development Center’s tele-therapy has been [...]

From The Lactation Room: Let’s Talk Zoom Series – Astrology and Motherhood!

LET’S TALK ZOOM SERIES – #9 Join our conversation with Ichrak Dahou, an Astrologer and Writer in Takoma Park, MD TONIGHT!! Monday, May 18 – 7:00 PM CLICK HERE: ZOOM MEETING [...]

IS OT RIGHT FOR MY CHILD? In this issue: Autism

IS OT RIGHT FOR MY CHILD? In this issue: Autism Did you know: Occupational therapists help children with autism develop social, play, self-regulation, motor, executive functioning and self-help [...]

Sarah Early of Lactation Room is hosting Let’s Talk!

Our own Amy Wetherill is tonight’s guest to talk about infant feeding. We hope some of you will join Amy and Sarah tonight. Bring your questions! Please Join us at 7 PM tonight. Email: [...]

The Pediatric Development Center Reopening

When the Pediatric Development Center (PDC) closed on March 17, we had no way of knowing that the closure would be in effect for as long as it has. Since most businesses in Maryland are not yet [...]

Teletherapy Continues to Provide Important Services

By Tracy Wilson If your child was previously enrolled in a special education class or was receiving school or outpatient speech-language, occupational therapy or physical therapy, you may be [...]