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#AskAllegro Speaker Series - Toddler 101
Many parents have questions during the toddler years such as: How do I handle a tantrum? What are some successful sleep strategies? How do I nurture self-control? Dr. David Reuter of Allegro Pediatrics will discuss tips for adding confidence to your personal parenting style and nurturing your child’s development.

Allegro Pediatrics is proud to support several local non-profits focused on the development and care of children in our community. In order to attend this event, we are asking for a donation of $5 that will go towards these community organizations. After registering for the event, you will be redirected to PayPal to complete your donation. If you are interested in attending but are unable to donate at this time, please reach out to our Patient and Family Relations Specialist by emailing PatientRelations@AllegroPediatrics.com

Nov 8, 2022 07:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Reuter
Dr. Reuter studied liberal arts at St. Andrews University in Scotland and received his PhD in bioengineering at Purdue University, before attending medical school at Indiana University. He completed his residency at Pittsburgh Children's Hospital. Dr. Reuter worked at Seattle Children's Hospital in the ER for 15 years before joining our practice in the fall of 2014. Dr. Reuter is an advocate for improving the lives of children. When he lost a patient to heart disease, he worked for a decade to develop an implant for patients with heart failure. Dr. Reuter is currently heading a clinical trial in collaboration with PATH and Seattle Children's to solve preeclampsia. He loves caring for kids and feels that partnering with families to help children reach their full potential is a rewarding privilege. Married with two children, Dr. Reuter enjoys spending time with his family – playing with trains and Legos, reading books, riding bikes, and taking family hikes in the great northwest.