Kyle and Rebecca Mahony
We wholeheartedly recommend Progressive Pediatrics for child care services. We placed our daughter in the infant room at three months old and could not be happier with the level of care she has received. Progressive Pediatrics monitors each child's growth and development, and they work with parents to understand what can be done at home to stay on track with important developmental milestones. Within the first week, we were being instructed to get our daughter to do more tummy time, and given examples of how we could make it more fun for her.
We also enjoy using Tadpoles, a reporting program used by Progressive Pediatrics to keep parents updated on what happened during the day. Reports include everything from diaper changes to developmental activities completed. We especially enjoy the pictures and videos we have received through it. It has allowed us to feel closer to our daughter while having to be away at work. Additionally, Progressive Pediatrics works with parents to provide an environment that is complementary to their parenting decisions, whatever those may be. Our daughter in particular is breastfed, and we are thankful for the accommodations they have made for us so we can continue our breastfeeding journey.
We are pleased that since being at Progressive Pediatrics, they have worked with our daughter on sign language and verbal communication. The interaction provided by one of their teachers in particular, Ms. Renee Roberts, is invaluable. She is always stimulating the babies with conversation and working with them to become more self-sufficient, all while attending to their individual emotional needs. We really appreciate all she does to create a well-rounded learning environment. She even creates art with their foot prints and hand prints, keepsakes which we will cherish forever. All of the employees at Progressive Pediatrics are loving and attentive to each child's needs, and we are constantly learning how to be better parents by observing how Progressive Pediatrics staff interact with our daughter.