Knowing the basics of mental illness with early onset in childhood and adolescence and their course in adulthood.
Learning physiology, pathology, clinical and laboratory approach, therapy related to growing individuals, specific issues of preventive pediatrics, pediatric diseases from neonatal age through adolescence
The learning outcomes expected at the end of the training course will be the following:
- knowledge and understanding of the theoretical bases for the study, observation and evaluation of the facio-oral-buccal apparatus in relation to breathing, sucking and swallowing skills and how this matures during the first year of life and in infantile age;
- ability to apply knowledge both in terms of functional evaluation and in terms of planning the treatment objectives;
- ability to draw up a logopedic balance relative to the proposed topics;
- ability to effectively communicate what emerged from the assessment using a specific vocabulary in an appropriate manner;
- have acquired the bases for a possible autonomous study of the issues addressed, indications about the possibility of finding additional training through bibliographic research and in-depth courses.
lessons ad internship
Academic lessons; practice according to specific calendar scheduled by the Coordinator of the Course.
Should teaching be carried out in mixed mode or remotely, it may be necessary to introduce changes with respect to previous statements, in line with the programme planned and outlined in the syllabus.
The teaching methods used during the course will be as follows:
- lectures aimed at acquiring knowledge;
- videos, demonstrations of images, diagrams, materials, graphics;
- practical exercises with presentation of protocols and evaluation tests,
- work in a small group for the analysis, processing and interpretation of the results of some clinical cases.
Psychomotor development • Mental delay • Learning Disorders: dysgraphia, dyslexia, dyscalculia, learning disorder not otherwise specified • Communication disorders: Disorder of speech, expression and disorder mixed receptive language, speech disorder, stuttering, communication disorder not otherwise specified •Autism spetrum disorder,, Rett syndrome,• Attention Deficit Disorder / Hyperactivity • Tic Disorders: Tourette syndrome, transient tic disorder, chronic motor tics or vocal • Obsessive compulsive disorder • Anxiety disorders • Mood Disorders • Eating disorders: Anorexia, Bulimia • Enuresis • epilepsies • cerebral palsy microcephaly
The healthy newborn
The newborn infant and newborn care
Low birth weight newborn
Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome
Methods to evaluate growth. Bone age
Fever of unknown origin
Normal hematology values trough childhood
Sickle Cell Disease
Iron deficiency anemia
Leukemias and lymphomas
Tumours in children
R. Militerni “Neuropsichiatria Infantile” Eds Idelson Gnocchi
DSM-V “Manuale Diagnostico e Statistico dei Disturbi Mentali” APA