Browsing College of Education, Health and Human Development by Subject "early intervention"
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Invisible prematurity: identifying and supporting the learning and development of preschool children born prematurely not identified as needing early intervention (University of Canterbury. Maori, Social and Cultural Studies in Education, 2008)Children born prematurely are at higher risk for medical, learning and developmental concerns than children born full term. This study analysed the files of 73 pre-term children who completed an Assessment and Monitoring ...