The National Conference on Hydrocephalus offers parents an opportunity to connect with other parents, speak directly with experts on various topics about raising a child with hydrocephalus – social, emotional, educational, financial, and medical – and watch their children interact with other children living with hydrocephalus. Join us in Portland, Oregon, July 9-11, 2014.
By Jay Wellons, M.D. and David Nilsson, Ph.D. Article first appeared in Pathways, Fall edition 2008 From a developmental perspective, hydrocephalus, as with other forms of neurologic compromise, demonstrates its most prominent disruption to ongoing neurodevelopmental progression of the individual child. As such, many of the developmental consequences of childhood are less obvious, but as […]