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Advances in Rehabilitation
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Letter to the Editor

Monitoring the development of infants and children at risk of disability. Recommendations of the Children and Youth Rehabilitation Section of the Polish Rehabilitation Society

Jolanta Taczała
1
,
Lidia Perenc
2
,
Małgorzata Szmurło
3
,
Olga Wolińska
4
,
Iwona Maciąg-Tymecka
5
,
Piotr Majcher
6

1.
Polish Rehabilitation Society (PRS), Head of Children's and Youth Rehabilitation Section of PRS;Department of Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy and Balneotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Medical University of Lublin; Neurological Paediatric Rehabilitation Ward, University Paediatric Hospital in Lublin, Poland
2.
Polish Rehabilitation Society (PRS), Board of the Children's and Youth Rehabilitation Section of PRS;Clinical Regional Centre of Rehabilitation and Education for Children and Youth, 2nd Regional Hospital in Rzeszów; Health Science College, Medical Science Institute, University of Rzeszów, Poland
3.
Polish Rehabilitation Society (PRS), Board of the Children's and Youth Rehabilitation Section of PRS; St. Louis Regional Specialized Children’s Hospital in Krakow, Rehabilitation Center in Radziszow, Poland
4.
Polish Rehabilitation Society (PRS), Deputy Head of Children's and Youth Rehabilitation Section of PRS; Clinical Regional Centre of Rehabilitation and Education for Children and Youth, 2nd Regional Hospital in Rzeszów;Medical Science College, Medical Science Institute, University of Rzeszów, Poland
5.
Polish Rehabilitation Society (PRS), Board of the Children's and Youth Rehabilitation Section of PRS; The Higher School of Physiotherapy in Wroclaw; Rehabilitation Center Krok Po Kroku, Gdańsk, Poland
6.
Polish Rehabilitation Society (PRS), President of PRS; National Consultant in Medical Rehabilitation; Department of Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy and Balneotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Medical University of Lublin; Rehabilitation Ward, 1st Military Research Hospital with Policlinic in Lublin, Poland
Advances in Rehabilitation, 2021, 35(1), 47–54
Online publish date: 2021/01/03
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