Early Intervention - A literature Review
The early years are critically important for cognitive and motor development.
Early intervention typically refers to a programme beginning within the first year of life for which the aim is to enhance infant development. Specific and targeted early intervention and surveillance programmes should be the standard of care in order to optimise neuroplasticity and prevent secondary complications, thereby maximising functional outcomes as well as efficient use of resources and enhancing parent and carer-giver well-being. (Novak et al, 2017)
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