Oral Communication

Multidisciplinary consultations and cares of vulnerable child: hospital and early care center (CAMPS) experiences

Dr Mélanie PORTEa, Dr Isabelle SOUKSI-MEDIONIa, Dr Hubert DAUDÉb, Mr Laurent RAFFIERc, Dr Renée-Pierre DUPUYc

a CHU Caremeau, b CAMSP - CHU Montpellier, c Réseau Grandir en Languedoc-Roussillon

Risk factors of development troubles and/or neuromotor impairments are quite well known. They permit to identify children considered as vulnerable in neonate period (1,2). Follow-up and early screening of potential troubles is determining for future of those children. It allows early and multidisciplinary cares if necessary, so more efficients, but also parental support. Therefore, structures as CAMSP were developped and multidisciplinary consultations were created in hospital. We would like to share our local experience, based of families’s satisfaction, about CAMSP functioning, as well as consultations with paediatrician and physical doctor.

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(2)TOLLANES MC,WILCOX AJ,LIE RT,MOSTER D. Familial risk of cerebral palsy: population based cohort study. BMJ. 2014 Jul 15;349:g4294.

(3) HIELKEMA T, HAMER EG, REINDERS-MESSELINK HA and al. LEARN 2 MOVE 0-2 years: effects of a new intervention program in infants at very high risk for cerebral palsy; a randomized controlled trial. BMC Pediatr. 2010 Nov 2;10:76.

Keywords : screening, cerebral palsy,development impairment, multidisciplinary consultation