• Early Intervention after Traumatic Brain Injury More Likely to Reduce Epilepsy Risk

    1 month ago - By Medindia Health

    Early intervention after traumatic brain injury can cut down the risk of developing epilepsy, reveals a new study.
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  • Community-based Early Intervention Services for High-risk Infants: Unanswered Questions Leave Room for Improvement

    Community-based Early Intervention Services for High-risk Infants: Unanswered Questions Leave Room for Improvement

    1 month ago - By Academic Pediatrics

    Risk for developmental delays like cerebral palsy, intellectual impairment, and behavior and learning problems increases with decreasing gestational age at birth.1 Referral to community-based Early Intervention for developmental support is standard of care for preterm infants after hospital discharge. EI is a federal program administered by each state for children between birth and 3 years of age with demonstrated developmental delays or at risk for delays due to a diagnosed condition. Interventions may be center-based or delivered via home-visits and include physical, occupational, and...
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