- Full text PDF available (0)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (0)
- Last 10 years (2)
Journals and Conferences
Emerging trends are reshaping the work of school nurses and other school service personnel. With respect to direct service and consultation, school nurses increasingly are called upon to deal with psychosocial and mental health problems. Beyond that, school nurses must continue to actuate their roles as advocates, catalysts, brokers, and facilitators of the… (More)
The most vital and critical period for early intervention is in the first 3 years of life. The school nurse working in an early childhood program plays a pivotal role in assessing and meeting the health and developmental needs of very young children and their families. This article discusses early intervention, as defined by federal law, as an age-related… (More)
The newborn's symptoms of prenatal drug exposure threaten attachment. Consequently, psychosocial progress is impeded. Early intervention provides hope for these infants.