This trial is evaluating whether Training for ACEs and study procedures will improve 3 primary outcomes and 11 secondary outcomes in patients with Development, Child. Measurement will happen over the course of Baseline.
This trial requires 840 total participants across 2 different treatment groups
This trial involves 2 different treatments. Training For ACEs And Study Procedures is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will all receive the same treatment. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
"Developmental disability and/or anxiety symptoms can be highly reduced with effective care during the childhood and adolescence and/or preventive care. In our experience, children with significant development disability or anxiety can be cured of these problems using the proposed care options." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"The most common treatments for Developmental disabilities and child include: Speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, and behavioral therapies. Attention to the need for a holistic approach to treatment is suggested, and education regarding proper nutrition, social environment, and family dynamics are helpful. \n" - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Findings from a recent study identified many signs, many of them indicative of brain lesions including headache, behavioural problems and tiredness. It is recommended that all paediatricians and parents should report signs of development in children that may predict intellectual impairment. The signs of brain damage were found to be present in children with developmental delay and/or learning difficulties." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"At least 30 million children (about half the population) will be born in the USA each year. Children will be born throughout the country, with the highest number residing in the South. The overall burden of child poverty persists even after accounting for the effects of family income and other social variables." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Developmental psychology is used when the focus is on 'what builds the child up', or on 'what the child doesn't have'. Developmentally, children have been seen to have many problems, especially in terms of behavioural behaviour. The focus of this section is on what 'the child doesn't have'. This can be seen in children who experience social deprivation or abuse. There are many ways in which children can experience negative consequences and effects, for example, children who have experienced abuse or neglect are subjected to greater distress and social isolation. Children who suffer from neglect and abuse would have difficulties in developing appropriately. There is debate on whether children benefit from development programmes, including educational and social services." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Development of children is a complex process with multiple inputs. There are 5 key elements that play a major role in development: (i) environment or context, (ii) physiology, (iii) heredity, (iv) socialisation, and (v) education." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"This pilot study shows that even for a relatively complex skill as performing procedural skill training in a clinical setting, the effectiveness of the procedure has not been assessed yet." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Recent findings has revealed that the average age for children to reach 3, 5 and 9 years of age was 19, 20 and 21 months and that for 9 or 10-year-olds is 21 and 22 months. This illustrates that child development progresses at a faster rate than some other physical developments (i.e. puberty). This is important for health and educational planning." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Results from a recent clinical trial of this systematic review suggest that high-quality evidence confirms that cognitive deficits are associated with functional deficits in older people. However, further research is needed to evaluate whether such therapies can achieve positive rehabilitative gains on cognition, functional skills, and psychosocial outcomes over time." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Babies with severe prematurity have a higher risk of severe RDE at 8 weeks PMA. To reduce RDE, we have begun to use the baby hatches designed for premature sleep. In the present study, we found that there was a significantly lower incidence of RDE with the use of these baby hatsches (P =.04) than with traditional baby caps." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"Training aces is a matter of experience and personal style; therefore there is no 'correct' training. Appropriate training is crucial to preventing AGEs when used with study protocols which are tailored to the participant's expertise. More training and consideration of the appropriateness of the study procedures in the training programme is required." - Anonymous Online Contributor
"While common side effects may vary to some extent dependent on individual parameters, as many as 50% of the participants in the study reported that the procedure was “fairly” or “very painful” (VAS pain score of > or =6). Furthermore, the study and the procedure appear to have a considerable negative impact on the physical and psychological well-being of the young adults. Therefore, we strongly encourage participants to take part in future research into the most appropriate and effective techniques of physical activity in childhood, physical activity participation in the adolescent and the physical activity for rehabilitation of young adults with CP. The same considerations are also highlighted for those who may participate in the study as participants within the study." - Anonymous Online Contributor