This newsletter presents the CHILD-CHII, a measurement tool that can be used to help families, rehab professionals, educators, and community organizations gather information on the resources and accessibility features of a community program or facility.
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain injury or malformation that occurs while the child’s brain is immature. This newsletter presents the EDIT-CP Toolkit which is designed to support clinicians to detect CP and connect children to effective early interventions.
Coaching interventions provide education and guidance to individuals. This newsletter describes different types of coaching for children with disability and their families, approaches that are commonly used, and the level of evidence for coaching.
This newsletter evaluates the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the mental health of children 5- 12 years of age and the unique challenges experienced by children with neurodevelopmental disorders. The aim is to provide recommendations to support children’s mental health during and after the pandemic.
Participation is not only vital to a child’s wellbeing but is globally recognized as an important outcome of rehabilitation. This newsletter provides an overview of PREP– a new evidence-based intervention that aims at improving the participation of children and youth with disability in five simple steps.
Most parents expect a normal term birth and the NICU experience alters expectations and can be an emotional roller coaster. This newsletter provides an overview of challenges and advances in research to improve outcomes for premature babies.