infant stimulation


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infant stimulation

The use of various techniques to provide neonates and infants identified with or at risk for developmental delay with an environment that has a rich and diverse range of sensations and experiences.
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A family sometimes decides after a few sessions that they do not want infant stimulation for their baby.
However, what often gets lost in the story is the fact that only a tiny percentage of the population is at risk for such deficits and really requires assistance from "infant stimulation" programs of some sort.
Music therapists are specialists in developmental training and regularly participate in infant stimulation and early intervention programs after the infant's hospital discharge (Standley, 1991).
Blair, who has Down syndrome, had been in an infant stimulation program to enable him to learn the things most children pick up on their own.
Modification of an infant stimulation protocol based on physiologic and behavioral responses.
Actually, we have an option of center or home visits during the summer through the infant stimulation program.

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