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keywords Neurodevelopment, child disability, prematurity, cerebral palsy, intellectual disability ,enablement
overview For 34 years, I have been involved with understanding the complexity of child, adolescent, and adult neurodevelopmental disability and community outcomes of health, functioning, and participation. I bring expertise in qualitative and quantitative methods for modelling health status, resiliency and missed opportunities across childhood, adolescent and young adult life for individuals born prematurely. I have trained 54 postdoctoral fellows in their use of developmental and functional assessments, biomarkers, and clinical outcomes research, of which 95% have gone on to successful scientific and clinical-academic medical leadership positions. Throughout my career, I have asked the question how do individuals with prematurity at highest risk for early onset neurodevelopmental disabilities fare with respect to their long-term physical, developmental and social health outcomes? In my first U.S. academic job, I was responsible for neurodevelopmental consultative services linked to primary medical care and community care coordination (UCP, ARC, People’s Inc.) for individuals age birth to 90 years with CP and related neurodevelopmental disabilities. For these efforts, I received the Sir James Carreras International Variety Club Award. In my academic positions at Brown University and University of Chicago, I have continued to develop interdisciplinary regional management teams to promote functioning and participation for individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities. With interdisciplinary colleagues, I developed a pediatric functional independence measure (WeeFIMTM) that has been used for 3-7 year outcomes in three NIH Multicenter Studies: Cryosurgery for Retinopathy of Prematurity (Pediatrics. 2000;106(5):998-1005. PMID: 11061766), Fetal Surgery for Myelomeningocele (Childs Nerv Syst. 2011 Jul;27(7):1083-8. PMID:21327591), and the CoolCap trial of cooling for neonatal encephalopathy (Guillet et al. Pediatr Res. 2012 Feb;71(2):205-9. PMID:22258133). More recently, I developed the Warner Initial Development Evaluation of Adaptive and Functional Skills (WIDEA-FS), which tracks emerging motor, communicative, and adaptive competencies in the first two years, and the Child Health Impairment-Functioning, Participation, and Participation (CHI-FPS) Checklist for children 7-18 years. These instruments were respectively normed on over 1500 neurotypical children and over 1500 children with disabilities. These tools were validated against specific standardized motor, communicative, developmental, psychological, and educational achievement tests. These indicators of challenges in daily activities and their impact on family life were subsequently implemented in community populations in New England, the International Rett Registry, the Western Australia Down Syndrome Registry, the U.S. and Australian Newborn Encephalopathy-Hypothermia and Erythropoietin Trials, and the Cerebral Palsy Research Registry. In all of these efforts, longitudinal strategies for tracking physical developmental and behavioral health outcomes, as well as functioning, participation and individual and family well-being occurred through interdisciplinary teams of health and rehabilitation professionals committed to enablement.

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Concept Infant, Premature
Concept Retinopathy of Prematurity
Concept Infant, Premature, Diseases
Academic Article Kindergarten readiness after extreme prematurity.
Academic Article Functional outcomes in self-care, mobility, communication, and learning in extremely low-birth weight infants.
Academic Article Extreme prematurity and school outcomes.
Academic Article Severity of neonatal retinopathy of prematurity is predictive of neurodevelopmental functional outcome at age 5.5 years. Behalf of the Cryotherapy for Retinopathy of Prematurity Cooperative Group.
Academic Article Risk factors for major neurodevelopmental impairments and need for special education resources in extremely premature infants.
Academic Article Educational and social competencies at 8 years in children with threshold retinopathy of prematurity in the CRYO-ROP multicenter study.
Academic Article Prenatal cocaine exposure and fetal vascular disruption.
Academic Article Developmental vulnerability and resilience in extremely preterm infants.
Academic Article Neuroimaging and cerebral palsy in children.
Academic Article Central nervous system connectivity after extreme prematurity: understanding autistic spectrum disorder.
Academic Article The retina as a window to the brain in vulnerable neonates.
Academic Article The panorama of cerebral palsy after very and extremely preterm birth: evidence and challenges.
Academic Article Optimizing early development and understanding trajectories of resiliency after extreme prematurity.
Academic Article Optimizing neuromotor outcomes among very preterm, very low-birth-weight infants.
Academic Article Functional performance of preterm children at age 4.
Academic Article Safety and efficacy of inhaled nitric oxide treatment for premature infants with respiratory distress syndrome: follow-up evaluation at early school age.
Academic Article The spectrum of behavioral outcomes after extreme prematurity: regulatory, attention, social, and adaptive dimensions.
Academic Article 17-year outcome of preterm infants with diverse neonatal morbidities: Part 1--Impact on physical, neurological, and psychological health status.
Academic Article Academic achievement after extreme prematurity: optimizing outcomes for vulnerable children in times of uncertainty.
Academic Article Risk factors affecting school readiness in premature infants with respiratory distress syndrome.
Academic Article Measuring outcomes after extreme prematurity with the Bayley-III Scales of infant and toddler development: a cautionary tale from Australia.
Academic Article Physiological stress and brain vulnerability: understanding the neurobiology of connectivity in preterm infants.
Academic Article The limits of viability and the uncertainty of neuroprotection: challenges in optimizing outcomes in extreme prematurity.
Academic Article Functional status of extremely preterm infants at kindergarten entry.
Academic Article Optimizing neurodevelopmental outcomes after prematurity: lessons in neuroprotection and early intervention.
Academic Article 17-year outcome of preterm infants with diverse neonatal morbidities: part 2, impact on activities and participation.
Academic Article Cystic periventricular leukomalacia and type of cerebral palsy in preterm infants.
Academic Article Multivariate risks among extremely premature infants.
Academic Article Measuring functional outcomes after prematurity: developmental impact of very low birth weight and extremely low birth weight status on childhood disability.
Academic Article Kindergarten readiness after prematurity: Integrating health, development, and behavioral functioning to optimize educational outcomes of vulnerable children.
Academic Article Antecedents and correlates of visual field deficits in children born extremely preterm.
Academic Article Prematurity and school readiness in a nationally representative sample of Australian children: does typically occurring preschool moderate the relationship?
Academic Article Optimizing parental involvement in caring for preterm infants.
Academic Article Supporting Vulnerable Children after Life-Threatening Neonatal Illness: Opportunities for Improving Outcomes.
Academic Article Language Abilities as a Framework for Understanding Emerging Cognition and Social Competencies after Late, Moderate, and Very Preterm Birth.
Academic Article Prematurity and cardiovascular risk at early adulthood.
Academic Article Health Disparities and Child Development After Prematurity.
Academic Article Long-Term Functioning and Participation Across the Life Course for Preterm Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Graduates.
Academic Article Promoting Parenting Supports and Engagement for Infants Born Preterm.
Academic Article Neurodevelopmental Outcomes Comparing Bevacizumab to Laser for Type 1 ROP.
Academic Article Late adolescent & young adult functioning and participation outcomes after prematurity.
Academic Article Concurrent validity of the Warner Initial Developmental Evaluation of Adaptive and Functional Skills and the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, Third Edition.
Academic Article Protocol for implementation of an evidence based parentally administered intervention for preterm infants.
Academic Article Bacteroidota and Lachnospiraceae integration into the gut microbiome at key time points in early life are linked to infant neurodevelopment.
Academic Article Improving neurodevelopmental trajectories after retinopathy of prematurity: challenges and opportunities.
Academic Article Scaffolding Parenting and Health Development for Preterm Flourishing Across the Life Course.

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