Some may feel that going to the gym is a thing of the past. Considering the last year and a half, who can blame them! While it’s obviously important to maintain our ability to keep each other safe, it’s also important to kick the rocks on the sedentary lifestyles that we’ve taken up to remain safe during this pandemic. It's no wonder why by the end of January 2021, Bloomberg reported that not only are people returning back to the gym, they’re also including virtual programs from home, signaling people are ready to get back to their workout routines, regardless of where they are at.
Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. The COVID-19 pandemic has hit us all...and it hit us all hard. From the massive loss of life to the toll on the global economy, this pandemic will have long-term effects on society, some of which have yet to even be discovered. One notable effect is the impact on our mental health.
The first year of a child’s life can bring with it quite the learning curve for parents to navigate as they make sure their child is reaching all the right milestones. It often means a lot of questions and a lot of doctor’s appointments. We understand that just as your child is growing and learning each day, so are you. Take a look below and see where your child should be currently, and don’t be alarmed if they aren’t there yet. Each child is unique and may require a bit more or less time. If you are concerned about your child’s development know that your provider is ready and willing to help.