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ARTICLE 4: Early Intervention for Children Aged 0 to 2 YEARS

ARTICLE 4:

Early Intervention for Children Aged 0 to 2 Tears With or at High Risk of Cerebral Palsy: International Clinical PracticeGuideline Based on Systematic Reviews.

AUTHOR: Morgan C, Fetters L, Adde L et al.

SOURCE: JAMA pediatrics, 175(8) 2021

 

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Article 4: Early Intervention for Children Aged 0 to 2 Tears With or at High Risk of Cerebral Palsy: International Clinical Practice Guideline Based on Systematic Reviews.

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Question One: Children diagnosed with r at high risk of CP should be referred for age related interventions
at 2years of age.

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Question Two: Goals should be client- and family-centered and should be updated regularly

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Question Three: Repetition and intensity of practice of motor skills does not optimize outcomes

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Question Four: What percentage of children with cerebral palsy have difficulties engaging in reciprocal verbalspeech?

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 Question Five: Which position may exacerbate swallowing difficulties?

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Question Six: Which of the follow would untreated strabismus not cause?

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Question Seven: What was ranked as the most preferable intervention for sleep disturbances in children younger than 2 years?

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Question Eight: Controlled crying/ modified extinction should not be used before what age?

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Question Nine: What is the standard of care for the management of hypertonia in most high-income countries?

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Question Ten: What is the outcome of botulinum toxin on developing muscles?

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Question Eleven: What programme has shown positive results in increasing bone mineral density?

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Question Twelve: Parents of children with cerebral palsy are at higher risk of?

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Question Thirteen: What therapy has benefits in improving parental anxiety and depression?

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Question Fourteen: Which approach is strongly recommended for children with cerebral palsy?

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Question Fifteen:Which of the following do not interfere with motor and cognitive skill development?

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