Have you ever wondered what the key developmental milestones are for a child and when they should be meeting them? Are you comparing your child to their peers and worried that they may not be advancing at the same pace?  


Tune in to our new #MumTruths podcast episode, brought to you by Vhi Paediatric Clinic, for practical tips and advice as to how you can support your child's growth and development. 


In this episode, Laura meets Paediatric Consultant with the Vhi Paediatric Clinic, Turlough Bolger to discuss the important developmental milestones that infants and children should achieve from birth to age 5 years. 



Listen to expert advice as to how you can help your child achieve their full potential and what you can do if you have any concerns regarding their physical, social or emotional development. Hear one mum's story on getting her child's diagnosis with Autism and other related disorders. Get inspiration from her parenting journey in getting her son the support he needs to be his best self. 


For all those moments of joy, modern parenthood comes with more pressures than ever before. Talking about our personal journeys and sharing these #mumtruths is our way to help you find your path and our new podcast series aims to do just that.



Find our #mumtruths podcast on iTunes, Spotify or whatever podcast platform you already use. Alternatively listen to it here on MummyPages. Don’t forget to ‘Subscribe’ so that you are first to get notified when each new episode is available for your listening pleasure. 



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