Illustrations Educate Family Members About Infant Development
The TIMP test form is illustrated with photos of babies from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, as well as children with disabilities, so that parents can see what their baby can do now and what the next developmental steps should be. See the
for a chapter by Zawacki and Campbell describing the use of the TIMP in developing home programs for infants with developmental delay. The 2004 TIMP Percentile Rank score sheet features a format for plotting results of repeated tests across time and in comparison with the performance of 990 U.S. infants. The form makes results easy for parents to understand and is a convenient single sheet for entering into health records. For families of infants still residing in the NICU, the Discharge Care Path for parents provides a one-page summary of information needed by families to prepare to take their infant home. For more information on parent education regarding early recognition of movement disorders, visit the
Pathways Awareness Foundation website
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