The Well-Nurtured team is comprised of trained pediatric Occupational Therapists who support your newborn’s growth, development and overall wellness through a family-centered, holistic approach. We specialize in treating and supporting preterm and post term infants and their families during and after an unexpected and often traumatic stay in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit as well as on there maturation journey. We also provide support services to families and their newborns who are transitioning home after delivery and discharge from the hospital. Along with perinatal and postnatal care, we offer a variety of classes including infant massage, yoga classes, including children’s yoga, restorative and power yoga, to enhance your families overall wellness. We offer both online and in-person infant/pediatric services to suit your family’s schedule and unique needs.
Did you know…
– 1 in every 10 births in the United States results in a premature birth?
-Over 40% of these premature births result in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) stay
In the United States and across all other countries, infants who are born early and quickly whisked away to the NICU are at risk for learning, sensory, social emotional and developmental delays.
We provide services to families and their children who are:
We understand how challenging parenting can be, especially with unexpected challenges and diagnosis. Let us teach you tools to communicate with your baby, and help you develop a sense of mastery and confidence through out your child’s development.
Are you concerned about your infant reaching their milestones? Would you like to learn more about supporting and nurturing brain development?
Are you a new parent and transitioning home from the hospital or the neonatal intensive care unit with your…
Are you a Neonatal Therapist or aspiring to be one? Are you look- ing for mentorship or support to overcome…
Mary Vanesko has a great wealth of knowledge about preterm and neonatal infants. Much of this information she has shared, I wish I had known when my own kids were young. Understanding the normal developmental progression is key to identifying when or how a delay may occur. Mary has a "can do" attitude and encourages those around her to learn more and improve themselves.
We also provide services to support families and their newborns who are transitioning home after delivery and discharge from the hospital.