Our guest today is Dr. Steve Hodges, who’s a Pediatric Urologist at the Wake Forest University Medical Center. He has uncovered the root cause of pee accidents and poop accidents one a child’s potty trained. It’s not widely recognized; however eye-opening so listen carefully to what Dr. Hodges has to say. He is an author of numerous scientific articles and he’s made toileting issues the heart of his research and medical practice.

Steve Hodges. Associate Professor of Pediatric Urology at Wake Forest University of Medicine. He trained in medical school and had residency as a surgeon neurologist to primarily surgery. About half of the patients they see and that being children with being dysfunction, which is a diagnosis for any poop or pee kind of problem in kids. He was interested as to why this is happening, as he was … Read More...

Language development is a huge part of a child’s progress and learning to speak is vital to their social developing, learning, and understanding. In today’s episode, Molly will talk us through some of the ways to help us encourage our babies to put their speech on the fast track.

 

Molly. She is a Speech Pathologist and Feeding Therapist in New York. She also manages a social media presence and website called “The Speech Teacher.” Her goal is to provide parents with quick and easy tips and activities that they can do at home with their children. Molly recently published “The Speech Teacher’s Handbook” on Amazon. It’s a quick and easy guide that parents can read in one sitting and it provides simple, fun and functional activities that can be implemented at home.

She volunteered at a Special Needs school where her … Read More...