Brief: The Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development is used to identify deficits in very young children across five major developmental domains: cognitive, language, motor, adaptive behaviour and social-emotional. This scale is ideal for use when delays or problems in early development are suspected to determine whether early intervention or further assessment are required. It indicates strengths, weaknesses, and competencies so that parents and professionals can properly plan for the child.
- Valuable knowledge on the application of Bayley- IV in different settings and its relevance for your current professional practice.
- Crucial knowledge of the changes in the latest edition.
- Learn the administration and interpretation of the latest edition of the assessment
Paediatricians and Paediatric trainees, Neonatologists, Psychiatrists and Psychiatric trainees, Psychologists, Physiotherapists, Researchers, Any health professional involved in the detailed developmental assessment of infants and young children, Speech and language therapists, Social workers, Early interventionists
Trainer: Dr. Ravi Shankar Swamy: MBBS MRCPCH MD (Research) FRCPCH
Dr. Ravi Swamy is a Consultant in Neonatal Medicine at Manipal Hospital, Bangalore and an Honorary Research Associate at Imperial College, London. He is trained in Pediatrics and Neonatology in the United Kingdom. After completing his clinical training in Neonatology (CCT following Neonatal grid training) he worked as a Neonatal Consultant at the Royal London Hospital before moving back to India.
He also has done research training in Neuro-developmental outcomes in children and has obtained MD at Newcastle University. He has completed several research projects and has many publications in prestigious journals and presentations at National and International levels. He is very keen on teaching and has completed training the teacher courses. Dr. Ravi Swamy has been trained on the Bayley-III by Mrs. Betty Hutchon (Master Trainer Pearson, U.K).
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