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Infant Toddler Development Training
Module 6, Lesson 2

Highlights

This lesson highlighted nutritional considerations and risks for infants and toddlers. It provided information on specified developmental conditions that represent high nutritional risk. Basic information on acute illnesses, child care, preventive health such as immunizations, dental care, first aid and CPR, and management of seizures were reviewed.

References

Batshaw, ML (2002). Children with disabilities, 5th edition. Maryland: Paul H. Brookes.

Bredencamp, S. et. al. (Eds.). (1997). Developmentally appropriate practices for children Birth to eight in group settings. National Association for the Education of Young Children. Washington, D.C.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2000). Self-reported concern about food Insecurity - Eight states, 1996-1998 in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report,October 20, 2000.

Centers for Disease Control: National Center for Health Statistics. Clinical Growth Charts and Selected Samples of Growth Charts.

Chatoor, I. (2002).Feeding disorders in infants and toddlers: Diagnosis and treatment. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinical, N. Am. (11). 163-183.

Eaton, W. & Sack, B. (2004). Williams Syndrome. In R.C. P.U. Newsletter. Vol. XVI. No.1. July. R.C. Phillips Research and Education Unit, Gainesville, Florida.

Hall, K.D. (2001). Pediatric dysphagia: Resource guide. Canada: Singular.

Jackson, P.L & Vessey, JA (2000). Primary care of the child with a chronic condition. 3rd edition Mosby Publishing Co. Chapter 1.

Medlen, J.E. (1996). Looking at Metabolism: Metabolism in Down syndrome.

National Association of Child Care Professionals. (2001). NACCP working to decrease prevalence of illness in group child care settings.

National Down Syndrome Society. Sample of Down syndrome growth charts.

Nemours Foundation (1995-2004). KidsHealth for Parents/Kids/Teens: Selected Articles, indexes, immunization chart, and first aid and safety health sheets.

Newachek, PW, Halton, N. (1998). Prevalence and impact of disabling conditions in Childhood. American Journal of Public Health 88 (4). 610-617.

Lilly, C.M. (2003-2004) Text files Pediatric health issues for birth to five: web-enhanced course for the ITDS at the University of South Florida: Grosz & Scott.

Sandall, S., McLean, M., Smith, B. (2000). DEC Recommended practices in early Intervention/early childhood special education (DEC/CEC). Longmont, CO: Sopris West.

Scott, J.U. (2003-2004) Text and Powerpoint files Pediatric health issues for birth to five: web-enhanced course for the ITDS at the University of South Florida: Grosz & Scott.

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