This webinar presents a new multidisciplinary approach to working with parents and high-risk infants, along with up-to-date research on the outcomes and neurodevelopment needs of high-risk, premature, and sick infants.
Leaders in developmental psychology, children’s occupational therapy, neuroscience, and neonatology will provide insightful presentations on approaches you can take to provide parental support and meet the developmental needs of high-risk babies in neonatal units. The latest research about sleep in high-risk babies, and outcomes of high-risk babies into adulthood will be addressed. You will also hear from a parent with first-hand experience of this approach and how it worked for them.
- Professor Dieter Wolke, Professor of Developmental Psychology and Individual Differences, Warwick University, UK
- Betty Hutchon, Head of Children’s Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, UK
- Dr Topun Austin, Consultant Neonatologist, Neonatal Unit, Rosie Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK
During this webinar you will learn about:
- The outcomes of babies born early and sick into adulthood
- New interventions to support parents and high-risk infants in the neonatal units using a multidisciplinary, coordinated approach
- Sleep and brain development in order to provide high-risk babies the optimal environment
Date: Tuesday 25 January 2022
Time: 6:00pm to 8:30pm
RSM member: £12 - £24
Non-member: £22 - £44
CPD learning applied