NBO Course for High Risk Infants
Read below about our *NEW* NBO course focusing on the high risk infant suitable for professionals working in Neonatal and Early Intervention settings.Scroll Down
What is a 'High Risk Infant'?
A ‘High Risk Infant’ is used to describe babies who are at high-risk of developmental difficulties including infants born preterm, infants born at term with risk factors (such as neonatal hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy, neonatal abstinence syndrome, congenital conditions or having undergone complex surgical procedures), and infants receiving palliative care.
Who is the course for?
This NBO course is for professionals working with the high risk infant in neonatal and early intervention settings.
How is it similar and different to the standard NBO course?
Who is the course taught by?
This course is taught by Brazelton trainers who are recognised specialists within this field.
The first course in June will be led by Jen Schooling, specialist Physiotherapist and Dr Betty Hutchon, specialist Occupational Therapist, both of whom have many years of experience working in the NNU and early intervention.
Upcoming course dates for the High Risk Infant NBO Course:
24th & 25th June 2021 – NOW FULLY BOOKED
New course dates to be released very soon so please do check back. Thank you.