Stop Worrying About Your Child's Development

Get him the support he needs in order to thrive

Do any of these sound familiar?

  • I'm worried about my child, but our pediatrician keeps dismissing my concerns.
  • Despite my child's many "peculiar" behaviors, everyone keeps telling me she's "fine".
  • I know there's something "off" with my child's development, but no one will listen to me.
  • My child's challenging behaviors are interfering with our daily lives and I don’t know how to help him.
  • I've read all the parenting books and tried all the strategies, but nothing has worked!
  • If one more person tells me, "don't worry, she'll grow out of it," I'm going to scream!
  • I'm at a total loss as to how to handle my child's extreme meltdowns.
  • I'm trying my best, but I can't seem to figure out what my child needs.

Developmental Red Flags

When and How to Intervene

An online course to help you identify developmental red flags your pediatrician may be missing and determine which intervention will best help your child.

At some point during our child’s development, we’ve all asked ourselves the same question: Is this normal?

Maybe you’ve been concerned enough to ask a family member, friend and/or your child’s pediatrician to chime in, only to be brushed off with some platitude like, “don’t worry, all kids develop at a different pace.”

Or maybe you yourself have thought, I’m worrying too much, I’m sure everything’s fine, yet you can’t quite shake the nagging feeling that it’s not.

Here’s the thing: “normal” is subjective and kids do develop at a different pace.

But, there are certain developmental red flags every parent needs to be aware of. Red flags that your well-meaning family, friends and yes, even your pediatrician, are not privy to, that, when ignored, have a serious impact on your child’s development.

In the Developmental Red Flags: When and How to Intervene digital course, you’ll learn how to identify these red flags and what to do if your child has some.

By the end of this course, you'll know:

  • What sensory processing is and how it affects your child’s development.
  • How your child’s motor development lays the foundation for higher-level learning.
  • How to identify developmental red flags in infancy, toddlerhood and preschool.
  • How to determine if your child needs intervention.
  • The steps to finding the right intervention.

Above all, you will have a better understanding of your child’s needs and have a plan for how to best support him.

"Brain development is incredibly complex, and yet YOU have the ability to identify risk factors early on before they can limit YOUR child's ability to develop to their full potential. Sadly, your pediatrician may not be trained to identify sensory processing disorders or how they relate to development, so you have to be one who is able to identify these limitations."

-Dr. Katiraei of Wholistic Kids and Families

Exclusive Course Benefits:

  • A course that never closes
  • Email support
  • Complementary 30-minute coaching call

This is a self-paced, three module course that you can do from anywhere you have an internet connection, at any time that works for you. Each module is less than 45 minutes and includes suggested activities and worksheets for added support. Any time you have a question, just shoot me an email. I will respond within 24 hours.

Course Description

Module 1: Sensory Processing and its Link to Development

  • What is sensory processing?
  • Why is it important?
  • How does it impact my child's development?

Module 2: Developmental Red Flags

  • Learn risk factors for developmental delays
  • Identify common red flags your pediatrician is likely missing
  • Determine whether your child needs intervention

Module 3: When and How to Intervene

  • Determine what kind of intervention your child needs
  • Learn how to create an effective treatment plan
  • Know which professional to turn to for intervention

You'll Get

  • 7 Worksheets
  • 22 Additional Resources
  • Unlimited email access
  • Discounted 1:1 parent coaching

How exactly does this work?

  • The entire class is ONLINE. You can access it from anywhere, at any time. So easy!
  • As soon as you join the class, the modules open.
  • Each module is less than 45 minutes. Within each module, there are steps, worksheets, homework, and food for thought.
  • The course stays open forever! That means that you can return to the online course for tips, strategies, and support whenever you would like.
  • Any time you have a question just shoot me an email, I'll respond within 24 hours.

Take it from parents who have been where you are...

"Cameron has a special gift of connecting with people in a kind and compassionate way. If you are seeking to add more joy, peace, and understanding to your family, you are in great hands!"
-Lauren S.

"Cameron’s course was such a wonderful experience. As a natural teacher and leader, Cameron has a unique ability to meet us where we were at and truly connect and empathize. It was a very supportive group with endless opportunities for learning and growth."
-Jen S.

"Cameron’s course has helped me understand my children's behaviors and become a better parent. She offers practical advice and implements “ultimate parenting strategies."
-Brooke W.

"My experience in Cameron's course has been so wonderful and transformative. She is a wealth of information and inspiration about parenting a “differently-wired” child."
-Kate P.

"Cameron has helped me tremendously throughout the last few years. Her advice and guidance with my daughter who has sensory processing challenges has been life-saving."
-Erin L.

If you’re tired of worrying about your child, having your concerns dismissed and brushed off and not knowing who to turn to for help, Developmental Red Flags: When and How to Intervene is for you!

Cameron Kleimo is a San Diego-based parent coach, blogger and mindfulness practitioner. Formerly a first-grade teacher, Kleimo traded in her lesson plans for new adventures and spent three years living in New York City where her career path took an unexpected turn. She spent the next eight years traveling the country and making appearances on the Home Shopping Network as the Vice President of Education and Training for a cosmetics company.

After relocating to Los Angeles and meeting her husband, Kleimo decided to reconnect with her passion: working with children. She entered graduate school for psychology and began an internship as a marriage and family therapist, working primarily with children and teens. During her internship she joined a women’s mindfulness group and had the opportunity to study and practice mindfulness meditation, a skill that became an integral part of her therapy practice.

Kleimo’s career came to a halt after her first son was born. Almost immediately after his birth, she sensed something was “off.” She repeatedly voiced her concerns about his inconsolable crying, feeding issues, difficulty falling and staying asleep, difficulty self-regulating, and gross-motor delays only to be dismissed and told he was “just fine.” Finally, at her insistence, her pediatrician gave her a referral to a pediatric physical therapist, who, within minutes of the evaluation, flagged Kleimo’s son with “sensory processing issues.”

Kleimo spent the next several years learning as much as she could about Sensory Processing Disorder. Out of her professional experience working with kids and families, her personal experience parenting a child with atypical development and her newfound knowledge about the link between sensory processing and child development, she launched Sensory Mom. Her goal is to provide resources, validation and support to parents navigating the bumpy and (sometimes) bewildering road of raising “differently-wired” kids.

When she's not putting her mindfulness skills to the test with her "spirited" boys, you'll find her surfing, singing or writing.

Kleimo has a B.A. in Sociology from UCLA, where she graduated magna cum laude, a M.A. in Education from Pepperdine University and a M.A. in Psychology from Antioch University.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this course for?
This course is for parents, caregivers, grandparents, teachers and therapists.

Can my spouse or partner join me??
Absolutely! I encourage both parents and any of your child’s caregivers to take the course. Once you purchase, you’re welcome to share with anyone in your circle.

I already know my child has developmental red flags, is the course still worth taking?
Yes! You will gain a better understanding of your child’s struggles and will emerge with a treatment plan that tells you which professional/intervention will be the most effective to contact/try first.

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