Interdisciplinary Clinical Assessment Of Young Children With Developmental Disabilities (International Issues In Early Intervention)
Interdisciplinary Clinical Assessment of Young Children With Developmental Disabilities (International Issues in Early Intervention)
Offering insight from veteran team members, this resource demonstrates how to create new interdisciplinary assessment teams or expand existing teams to ensure that children and their families receive the best care possible. Readers will find how practitioners gather information, make decisions, and face the challenges of their individual disciplines. State of the art in their approach to clinical assessment, the contributors to this volume represent the fields of audiology, nursing, nutrition, psychology, social work, physical therapy, speech-language pathology, neurodevelopmental pediatrics, and occupational therapy.Case studies provide an inside look at how these team members collaborate to design effective intervention plans. With an appendix of photocopiable questionnaires for clinicians and parents, this resource provides all of the information and tools necessary to make interdisciplinary clinical assessments successful.
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|Publisher||Paul H Brookes Pub Co|
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