Feeding Therapy: A boon for preterm infants

Infant feeding, by its nature is an interactive and developmental task. Current research and evidence in feeding preterm infants shows that infant’s ability to feed well is related to the caregiver’s ability to understand and sensitively respond to his/her physiology and behavioural communications. Even though, breastfeeding is the most superior form of feeding, great majority Read More

Developmental Delay: Early Diagnosis and Intervention

Developmental delay is a condition where children exhibit significant variation in achieving developmental milestones as expected for their actual or adjusted age. The extent of developmental delay can be further classified as mild (functional age < 33% below chronological age), moderate (functional age between 34%-36% of chronological age) and severe (functional age < 66% of Read More