Paediatric neurorehabilitation refers to the group of actions that, both overall and across different disciplines, seek a response to the needs, temporary or permanent, arising from irregularities in development or deficiencies in early childhood.
The aim is to achieve the highest degree of autonomy for the child and enhance the development of his or her skills.
In this context, early intervention works as a ‘starting signal’ for children who are believed to be suffering from a disorder during their development or who belong to a high-risk group. The aim is to get a head start in the race to recover a pace of development that allows these children to lead well-rounded personal, family, and social lives.
The Paediatric Unit – Centre for Child Development and Early Intervention – is aimed at the child and youth population with or at risk of suffering complications in their development. The centres are located at the Nisa Sevilla-Aljarafe, Nisa Virgen del Consuelo, and Nisa Aguas Vivas Hospitals.