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2023

Accessible Professional Development

The VIP Ticket

$1200 value for only
$ 197
  • Instant, lifetime access to the summit ($600 Value)
  • Exclusive recordings from every speaker ($300 Value)
  • Podcast style listening ($67 Value)
  • The Summit Workbook ($37 Value)
  • Certificate of Learning for 15 accredited contact hours CEUs (Value $127)
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There is no other time as influential in a child's life as the first year

first year of life baby picture

So you love babies but...

Keeping up-to-date with the latest research can feel overwhelming

Understanding the holistic picture of early development has you confused

You know that babies thrive when the entire family thrives, but how does that play out in daily routines and rhythms?

Imagine what it would be like to have...

A Family-Centered

approach to intervention that serves everyone well long term.

A Holistic

overview on child development in the first year of life

Effective & Efficient

strategies for baby's most crucial
stage of development

Join us in supporting the entire family's thriving in baby's first year of life

thriving first year summit for PD hours audio course

Be empowered by this team of experts

Postpartum Safe & Strong Return to Activity

Dr. Lizzie Kieffer, PT, DPT

Postpartum Safe & Strong Return to Activity

Getting to the Root of Reflux & Colic

Mallory M Roberts, SLP, CST

Getting to the Root of Reflux & Colic

The Truth About Tongue Ties

Shana Quarrie OTR/L, C/NDT, IBCLC

The Truth About Tongue Ties

Thriving after a C-Section

Dr. Jen Fraboni, PT, DPT

Thriving after a C-Section

Mastering First-Year Well Visits

Dr. Amy Conrad, M.D

Mastering First-Year Well Visits

Baby Gear Breakdown

Emily Schultz

Baby Gear Breakdown

The Upside of Mommy Brain 

Dr. Sarah BSc, MSc, DPhil

The Upside of Mommy Brain 

The Upside of Mommy Brain 

Dr. Jodi Pawluski, Ph.D., HDR, PMH-C

The Upside of Mommy Brain 

How to Overcome Maternal Triggers

Dr. Cassidy Freitas, Ph.D., LMFT

How to Overcome Maternal Triggers

From Surviving to Thriving with Routines

Ashley Brown

From Surviving to Thriving with Routines

When a Baby is born, So is a Mother

Lauren Hays, PMHNP & Megan Dalton

When a Baby is born, So is a Mother

Nurturing Baby’s Senses

Emily Hills, OT MSc NTMC, CNT & Lindsay Hardy

Nurturing Baby’s Senses

Avoiding the Helmet Naturally

Brooke Boruff, OTR/L

Avoiding the Helmet Naturally

Supporting your Baby’s Language through Play

Alison Vogel, M.S., CCC-SLP

Supporting your Baby’s Language through Play

The Importance of the First 60 Days for Baby’s Brain

Deborah McNelis, M.Ed

The Importance of the First 60 Days for Baby’s Brain

Babywearing Made Simple

Elise Hall, CBWS

Babywearing Made Simple

Torticollis + Total Body Restrictions

Dr. Jena Schultz, PT, DPT, PCS

Torticollis + Total Body Restrictions

Bringing the Joy Back to Pumping

Melissa Guerriero, CLC

Bringing the Joy Back to Pumping

Baby’s First Shoes

Dr. Kailee Noland, PT, DPT

Baby’s First Shoes

Combatting the Mother Load of Sensory Stimulation

Holly Peretz, OTR/L

Combatting the Mother Load of Sensory Stimulation

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Katie Ferraro, MPH, RDN, CDCES

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Trusted by

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Brought to you by

Kailee Noland the movement mama

Dr. Kailee Noland PT, DPT

is a Pediatric Physical Therapist and founder of The Movement Mama community. 

Holly Peretz playful pod membership community

Holly Peretz OTR/L

is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist and the founder of the annual Toddler Play Conference.

Covering everything you need to know in the first year

Feeding

Covering everything from reflux and tongue ties, to pumping and Baby-Led Weaning.

Holistic development

Be empowered by this team of expert Pediatric clinicians who break down all areas of infant development from speech to gross motor and brain development and highlight how they all fit together.

Supporting Families

Learn family-centered principles that promote a holistic approach to thriving with infant development and care.

Preventative practices

Understand how movement, correct gear, and lifestyle contribute towards infant preventative health as well as health promotion. 

4 days of wisdom to help you face every hurdle of the first year

Certificate of learning

Grab 15 accredited contact hours for Professional Development with the VIP Ticket.
*Accreditation details below*

Podcast listening

Listen to the summit whenever and wherever you want with each interview in video or a private podcast feed.

Exclusive recordings

We have saved some of the juiciest parts of each interview (around 10 minutes each) for VIP ticket holders only. This includes exclusive demonstration on baby sign, pumping, core repair exercises and more

The Summit eBook

Wish you had that nugget or definition from a speaker on hand to quickly remember? All the crib notes and summary points from every interview are easily accessible in the workbook.

Tried and tested learning

CEU Information

Only with VIP Ticket

Thriving First Year Summit is approved for PT CEUS

Distance-Learning | Independent | Introductory Level | 15 Contact Hours

PT AND PTAs: 

This course is accredited for 15 Contact Hours (CEUs) for Physical Therapists and PhysicalTherapy Assistants under the following conditions: 

This course is subcontracted to Redefine Health Education. RHE is a registered CE approval agency of the

  1. PT Board of California,
  2. a rule-approved CE provider of the PT Board of Florida (#50-32784),
  3. a licensed CE sponsor of physical therapy continuing education by the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation (IDFPR #216.000360),
  4. an approved CE provider of the PT Board of New Mexico, an approved CE provider of the PT Board of Oklahoma (#BAP202310010)
  5. and recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Physical Therapy as an approved sponsor of PT/PTA continuing education

In addition to the aforementioned jurisdictions, courses approved by other state boards & APTA chapters will be accepted for licensure credit in all the jurisdictions listed on this webpage, pursuant to regulation: www.redefinehealthed.com/ceuinfo. If you have a specific question about CE credit for this course in your state, please direct your inquiry including the course title in which you are interested, to info@redefinehealthed.com

*If you are a Florida licensee, this is the CE Broker approval# for this course is : 20-1096250

This course is approved by the Texas Physical Therapy Association for PT and PTAs for 15 CCUs

# PT 77907TX

Occupational Therapy CEUs

The Thriving in the First Year Summit is seeking CEU approval (this will be updated in the coming days) 

Speech and Language Pathologists

The 15 hours of training inside the summit are not officially accredited by ASHA.

However, you can submit them as Professional Development Hours (see submission details here). 

Early Intervention CEUs

The Thriving in the First Year Summit has been preapproved for 15 hours of CEUs by the Illinois Early Intervention Training Program 

Full information can be found here 

For Early Interventionists in other sates please refer to the paragraph below on self-submission. 

Other Professionals

If the Professional Body you are registered with has not been mentioned above, you may be able to self-submit your proof of learning hours for recognition.

You will be provided with the full learning objectives, curriculum, assessment at the completion of the course and final certificate (*see competency demonstration).

While many Professional Bodies will accept these CEUs, we encourage you to contact us at info@thrivingfirstyear.com if you would like us to approach your professional body.

We cannot guarantee approval and will not offer refunds if the course is not accepted by any specific body (not mentioned above). 

Financial Disclosure

It is the policy of Thriving First Year to disclose any financial and non-financial interest the provider or instructor may have in a product or service mentioned during an activity. This is to ensure that the audience is made aware of any bias of the speaker.

We here at Thriving First Year offer courses, memberships and promote affiliate products related to this topic which we are paid for. Our guests offer courses, and services and promote affiliate products related to this topic which are paid. In the final minutes of this training, our guest makes mention of the product that they sell and offer a free resource to the audience.

Statement of Non-Discrimination

This course is made available to all physical therapists and physical therapist assistant licensees on a non-discriminatory basis.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the student will:

  1. Recall preventive practices and multi-disciplinary team protocols for treatment for common infant muscular and developmental impediments (torticollis, plagiocephaly, sensory processing disorder, reflux, tongue ties, developmental delay) 
  2. Recall evidence-based recommendations around movement, correct gear, and lifestyle for infant preventative health as well as health promotion. 
  3. Be able to correctly identify screening requirements and principles that promote a holistic approach to thriving with infant development and care.

A full curriculum, speaker information and learning objectives for each talk can be found here: linked.

PD Activity Description

This course is an independent/self-study course delivered via video inside the Thrivecart Learn+ course platform and podcast on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play.

Please see the full schedule 

Target Audience

Our target audience is Occupational Therapy Practitioners, Physical Therapy Practitioners, speech and Language Pathologists and other allied health professionals, and Parents who have babies or work in infant services.  The educational level is introductory.

Competency Demonstration

At the conclusion of the course, students must demonstrate a minimum of 80% proficiency in a 40-question multiple-choice questionnaire. 

In order to receive CEUs or the certificate of learning, you must fulfill the requirements of having completed all learning hours, completed the course evaluation as well as the course completed the assessment questionnaire with a proficiency of 80% or more. 

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Employers?

Please find the linked request for funding that you can submit to your employer to request that they cover your VIP Ticket Cost 

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