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21. A “clinical trial” of foot bath “detoxification”

they will assess as well as comfort level that allows for easy interaction with them” (Battelle Development Inventory – Examiner’s Manual, p. 10). If a young child with special needs is being evaluated, the examiner also should have sufficient knowledge of the disability and ways to provide appropriate accommodations without compromising the results of the assessment. This certainly raises a question, not answered, in the link to the "trial" details, about the qualifications and experience of those assessing (...) of the ADI and other standard assessment tools in common use here...Not filling me with any confidence there... And, more importantly, it is NOT a tool for assessing ASD, rather a more generalist tool for looking at developmental issues, i.e. a bit too blunt for the task at hand. to post comments By Murmur (not verified) on 29 Jun 2016 - which, significantly, includes the following passage: Qualifications for Administering the Instrument When administering an assessment, the knowledge, skills

2016 Respectful Insolence

22. Predictors of Two-Year Cognitive Performance after Laser Surgery for Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Predictors of Two-Year Cognitive Performance after Laser Surgery for Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome. The purpose of this study was to determine risk factors for poor cognitive performance among children who are treated with in utero selective laser photocoagulation of communicating vessels for twin-twin transfusion syndrome.This was a prospectively enrolled cohort study. Cognitive performance at age 2 years (±6 weeks) was assessed with the Battelle Developmental Inventory 2nd Edition (BDI-2

2014 American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology

23. Association between intensive handwashing promotion and child development in Karachi, Pakistan: a cluster randomized controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

to control (n = 9), handwashing promotion (n = 9), or handwashing promotion and drinking water treatment (n = 10); intervention households received free soap and weekly handwashing promotion for 9 months.Anthropometrics and developmental quotients measured with the Battelle Developmental Inventory II at 5 to 7 years of age.Overall, 24.9% (95% CI, 20.0%-30.6%) and 22.1% (95% CI, 18.0%-26.8%) of children had z scores that were more than 2 SDs below the expected z scores for height and body mass index (...) for age, respectively; anthropometrics did not differ significantly across study groups. Global developmental quotients averaged 104.4 (95% CI, 101.9-107.0) among intervention children and 98.3 (95% CI, 93.1-103.4) among control children (P = .04). Differences of similar magnitude were measured across adaptive, personal-social, communication, cognitive, and motor domains.Although growth was similar across groups, children randomized to the handwashing promotion during their first 30 months of age

2012 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Controlled trial quality: predicted high

24. Effects of power wheelchairs on the development and function of young children with severe motor impairments. (Abstract)

Effects of power wheelchairs on the development and function of young children with severe motor impairments. The purpose of this pilot randomized controlled study was to identify any effects of power wheelchairs on the development and function of young children with severe motor impairments.Participants were 28 children with various diagnoses, aged 14 to 30 months when they entered the study. The Battelle Developmental Inventory (BDI), Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory, and Early (...) Coping Inventory were administered at entry and after 12 months.The on-protocol analysis comparing median change scores showed the experimental groups' BDI receptive communication scores, and their Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory mobility functional skills, mobility caregiver assistance, and self-care caregiver scores improved significantly more than the control group's scores. An intention-to-treat analysis upheld the findings and revealed an additional difference between the groups

2012 Pediatric physical therapy : the official publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association Controlled trial quality: uncertain

25. Effect of Power Wheelchairs on the Development and Function of Young Children With Severe Physical Disabilities

in each area and total scores for analyses. Worst possible scaled score is 0 and the best possible score is 100. Battelle Developmental Inventory (BDI) [ Time Frame: Baseline and 12 months ] Items measure adaptive, cognitive, communication, motor, and personal-social development using 3-point ordinal scales (0 = does not complete; 1 = partially completes; 2 = completes item). We used change in age equivalent scores for each area and the total scores for analyses. The worst possible scores are 0 months (...) not use power wheelchairs. They continued to receive their usual early intervention services. Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory [ Time Frame: Baseline and 12 months ] Items measure mobility, self-care, and social function using a 2-point scale (0 = unable or limited ability; 1 = capable in most situations). Items measure caregiver assistance on a 6-point scale (0 = total assistance; 5 = independent). We used the change in scaled scores

2009 Clinical Trials

26. Intrathecal Stem Cells in Brain Injury

the erythrocytes amount. A inoculum of 5 to 10mL of stem cells will be infused intrathecally. Patients will be evaluated with the "Battelle Developmental Inventory" before the procedure and one and six months after that. An MRI will be performed before the procedure and six months after that. Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Actual Enrollment : 18 participants Intervention Model: Single Group Assignment Masking: None (Open Label) Primary Purpose (...) bone marrow and infused 8 to 10 mL of stem cells (CD34+) by intrathecal via. Other Name: Autologous Stem Cells Transplantation Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Score of "Battelle Developmental Inventory" [ Time Frame: 30 days ] Secondary Outcome Measures : Score of "Battelle Developmental Inventory" [ Time Frame: 180 days ] Eligibility Criteria Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk

2009 Clinical Trials

27. The feasibility of universal screening for primary speech and language delay: findings from a systematic review of the literature

interventions included in the review The review focused on screening procedures which adequately described and explicitly referred to speech and language skills. A range of indices of speech and language delay were tested in the included studies. These included the following; Fluharty Preschool Language Screening Test; Northwestern Syntax Screening Test; revised Denver Developmental Screening Test; Battelle Development Inventory Test; Sentence Repetition Screening Test; Speech and Language Screening (...) Questionnaire; and parent and nurses questionnaires. Reference standard test against which the new test was compared A range of speech and language tests were used as the reference standard for studies included in the review. Participants included in the review The review aimed to include data on children with primary speech and language delay, which could not be explained in terms of other developmental conditions such as global developmental delays, cerebral palsy and autism. Outcomes assessed

2000 DARE.

28. The costs and benefits of providing early intervention to very young, severely hearing-impaired children in the United States: the conceptual outline of a longitudinal research study and some preliminary findings. (Abstract)

methods comparison, has been started. The preliminary findings of the third experiment (which include 2 years of intervention effects) are presented. Two groups of young, severely hearing-impaired children between the ages of 18 months and 5 years (one an oral-aural group and one called an English sign language group) have received 20 months of intervention in one or other of the groups. Their developmental progress has been measured using the Battelle Developmental Inventory, several specific English (...) . The research design employs randomised procedures, blind assessment and treatment verification. The overall project is part of a 20 experiment national study that addresses specific questions about the effects of early intervention on the psychological development of hearing-impaired children. Those questions regard age-at-start, treatment intensity and programme variation. Two of the three experiments with hearing-impaired children are still in developmental stages, whilst the third, a communication

1990 The British journal of disorders of communication Controlled trial quality: uncertain

29. Age of peers and early childhood development. (Abstract)

Age of peers and early childhood development. We examined the developmental trajectories of 59 children between 21 and 67 months of age randomly assigned to same-age or mixed-age child care groups. Children were assessed at 6-month intervals with the Battelle Developmental Inventory. Using a hierarchical linear model for analysis, we computed individual and group growth curves for overall development and development within 5 domains: communication, cognitive, motor, adaptive, and personal (...) -social. Group assignment affected the developmental trajectories for communication, cognitive, motor, and overall development, with mixed-age children showing a quadratic trajectory and same-age children a linear trajectory. For adaptive and personal-social development, however, the trajectories were similar. Across all domains, the mixed-age children tended to score higher than the same-age children at the younger ages, but these average differences decreased over time and had disappeared by age 5

1993 Child development Controlled trial quality: uncertain

30. Lexical training through modeling and elicitation procedures with late talkers who have specific language impairment and developmental delays. (Abstract)

. Treatment by aptitude regression analyses indicated that none of the preintervention language, cognitive, or total development aptitude scores were predictive of child performance in 1 treatment condition or the other, although Battelle Developmental Inventory communication scores and sizes of preintervention lexicons were predictive of child performance across conditions. Empirical and clinical issues pertaining to the efficacy of modeling- and elicitation-based procedures for late-talking preschoolers (...) Lexical training through modeling and elicitation procedures with late talkers who have specific language impairment and developmental delays. Late talkers with specific language impairment and developmental delay make up a large portion of our early childhood caseloads; therefore, an understanding of best clinical practices for these populations is essential. Early lexical learning was examined in 2 interactive treatment approaches with 29 late-talking preschoolers with language

2005 Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR Controlled trial quality: uncertain

31. The predictive value of a preschool diagnosis of developmental language impairment. (Abstract)

The predictive value of a preschool diagnosis of developmental language impairment. To evaluate language and cognitive outcomes in elementary school children with a prior preschool diagnosis of developmental language impairment (DLI).A cohort of preschool children, consecutively diagnosed with isolated language impairment, was reassessed in elementary school. Measures used were the communication domains of the Battelle Developmental Inventory (BDI) and the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale (...) diagnosis of developmental language impairment predicted persisting language impairment, the specificity of this impairment did not persist. This suggests either undiagnosed cognitive impairment in preschool children with apparently isolated language impairment or an evolving profile of more global developmental impairment.

2004 Neurology

32. Motor function at school age in children with a preschool diagnosis of developmental language impairment. (Abstract)

Motor function at school age in children with a preschool diagnosis of developmental language impairment. To evaluate fine motor (FM) and gross motor (GM) function shortly after school entry in children with a preschool diagnosis of developmental language impairment (DLI).A cohort of children (n = 70) diagnosed at pre-school age with DLI was reevaluated in elementary school. Language, cognitive, and motor outcomes were assessed through the use of the Battelle Developmental Inventory (BDI

2005 Journal of Pediatrics

33. Developmental and functional outcomes in children with global developmental delay or developmental language impairment. (Abstract)

Developmental and functional outcomes in children with global developmental delay or developmental language impairment. Preschool children diagnosed with either global developmental delay (GDD) or developmental language impairment (DLI) were reassessed during their early school years with standardized developmental (Battelle Developmental Inventory [BDI]) and functional (Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale [VABS]) outcome measures. Of an original cohort of 99 children with GDD and 70 children (...) with regard to persisting developmental and functional deficits.

2005 Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

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