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Partnerships for Developmental Disabilities 

Past Events
Thanks for joining NCBDDD and the Developmental Disabilities Branch for Partnerships for Developmental Disabilities held on April 24, 2007 at CDC’s Main Campus.

Topics included:
Developmental Disabilities Screening, Identification, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Faces of Cerebral Palsy
Preventing Developmental Disabilities: Kernicterus
Public Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities
Hearing Loss and Vision Impairment Services
Bridging the research to practice gap: Autism in School
Ideas for collaboration/networking
Current surveillance efforts
Future of medical informatics
Treatments for ASD
Overview of current Developmental Disabilities Branch activities

For additional information you can download the Program Agenda. Please email , please email  if you have questions.

Partner Newsletters:

April, 2007

Developmental Disabilities, DD, NCBDDD, CDC

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Date: April 29, 2008
Content source: National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities


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Topic Contents
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arrow Hearing Loss
arrow Kernicterus/Jaundice
arrow Intellectual Disability
arrow Vision Impairment
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