Developmental Medicine conducts a series of training events throughout the year for parents, caregivers and healthcare professionals. In addition, we produce a range of online educational resources both for health/ education professionals and families caring for a child with a developmental disability covering a variety of disability related topics: Physical disability Intellectual disability Communication/behaviour issues … Continued
Education, training and events
Neurodevelopment and Disability will close on 24th December and reopen on 11th January 2021
We are so excited to share that Prof Dinah Reddihough has been awarded the 2020 Elizabeth Turner Medal.
We are excited to announce the recent appointment of Dr Gordon Baikie as Director of Neurodevelopment & Disability.
We are so proud of our researchers A/Prof Adrienne Harvey and Dr Kylie Crompton for their recent awards.
We are looking for parents to participate in a 10-15 minute online survey about childhood vaccinations.
Does your child have a neurological condition like cerebral palsy? Has your child been admitted to hospital within the last year, or needed lots of antibiotics, due to chest infections? Your child may be eligible to take part in the PARROT trial.
The Parent Wellbeing Service has been running since 2018 within the Department of Neurodevelopment and Disability. Find out more about this service here.