A literature review of neurodevelopmental treatment
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Neurodevelopmental Treatment (Bobath) for Children With Cerebral Palsy: A Systematic Review
Neuro Developmental Treatment (NDT) Techniques
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Motor-learning theory and the neurodevelopmental treatment approach:.
In recent years there has been increased attention to child neurodevelopment in studies on medication safety in pregnancy. Neurodevelopment is a multifactorial outcome that can be assessed by various assessors, using different measures. This has given rise to a debate on the validity of various measures of neurodevelopment. The aim of this review was twofold. Firstly we aimed to give an overview of studies on child neurodevelopment after prenatal exposure to central nervous system acting medications using psychotropics and analgesics as examples, giving special focus on the use and validity of outcome measures.
Am J Occup Ther ;41 7 — This article presents one perspective on the integration of play activities within a neurodevelopmental frame of reference. Based on the premise that activities are characteristic of occupational therapy intervention, issues related to combining play activities with neurodevelopmental principles are discussed.