Course Language: English
Instructor: MSc Inga Warren | Developmental Therapist | Neonatal Developmental Care Consulant
This course is designed for the neonatal clinician to understand how the observation of new-borns assists in recognising signs of instability, pain and stress and sleep states and understand how this is an essential part of neuroprotection of vulnerable infants.
By the end of the course, the clinician will be able to:
- Describe the Synactive Theory of Development
- Describe the attachment process between infants and their families
- Discuss the 5 different elements of the Synactive theory and their relationship the Neurodevelopment
- Describe each of the subsystems and what can be observed in individual infants utilising this approach
- Understand how the subsystems develop concurrently and interact with each other and the environment
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