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Occupational Therapy & Parent Support


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Learn about your child's development & fun playtime activities


Reduce parent stress & "mommy guilt"


Expand your parenting toolbox with strategies for skill development 


Strengthen your parent-child bond


Connect with a supportive community of parents

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Find the right professionals when you need them​



Drawing Together

We offer in-home & virtual pediatric occupational therapy services, including feeding therapy!

Parent Support

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Find yourself overwhelmed with day-to-day parental stress? We offer

individualized parent support to help


Cute Baby Boy

Join one of our playgroups to enrich your child's skills for success. Let's play!


Working from Home

Sign up for a crash course on hot topics in parenthood. Check out what workshops are coming up!




“Brittany is so knowledgeable in all things baby! Being a new mom and trying to keep up with a baby that is constantly changing is so rewarding, but can be very overwhelming too. It’s hard knowing just want to do and where to find all of the answers. Brittany has shared so many excellent tips and tricks with every phase my daughter has gone through. She has provided my mommy group with tons of valuable pointers on everything from tummy time to forming healthy routines. She has also shown us great ways to implement different sensory play and learning activities at home. You can tell Brittany genuinely loves what she does and is so passionate about sharing her expertise with new mamas.  I have learned so much from Brittany and feel very grateful to have had her support during the first year of motherhood. She is an incredible resource and I look forward to taking more of her classes in the future.”

Collaborating Experts

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Dr.Whitney Sippl, DPT, WCS

Pelvic floor physical therapist and board certified women's clinical specialist who specializes in treating women during pregnancy and postpartum, and children with bladder, bowel, or pelvic/abdominal issues.


Melissa Noah, M.Ed

Melissa has been an early childhood educator for 20 years. She has been working with families in the Anaheim Elementary School District since 2004 as a State Preschool Teacher. For the past 7 years she has been running the Learning Link Program - working alongside parents as they help their children transition to formal schooling. She is passionate about the families she works with and pours her heart into each child's future.


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