By Arnab Seal, Gillian Robinson, Anne M. Kelly, Jane Williams
A complete textbook at the perform of paediatric neurodisability, written by way of practitioners and experts. utilizing a problem-oriented process, the authors provide best-practice information, and centre at the wishes of the kid and kinfolk, operating in partnership with multi-disciplinary, multi-agency teams. Drawing on evidence-based perform to supply a prepared reference for handling universal difficulties encountered in practice.
Chapters open with genuine existence medical case eventualities and lead onto a problem-based approach. The e-book covers the practicalities of review, administration and care of youngsters with quite a lot of disabling stipulations and in addition offers instruments and templates for working towards paediatricians. The textual content is illustrated with transparent tables, figures, diagrams and movement charts to permit effortless referencing. each one part has suggestions on additional studying, invaluable web pages and different info worthy for families.
- Paediatricians (trainees in neighborhood and neurodisability paediatrics; specialists in neighborhood and normal paediatrics.
- Allied future health execs – physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists
- Educational Psychologists and medical Psychologists operating with children
- Other pros operating with disabled youngsters, youngsters and their families.
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