All at-risk children and families require developmental surveillance within their health care setting and community agencies. Cheryl provides the expertise and experience of thirty-five plus years in development and implementation of developmental surveillance programs. She is involved with the National Perinatal Association and the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics in their work developing developmental surveillance guidelines and practices for infants and families who have had an NICU hospitalization.
Cheryl can provide you with the most current evidence-based literature that supports practice, protocols, administrative requirements, revenue streams, required staff, and outcome and quality assurance measurements. New programs and current programs such as at-risk developmental follow-up clinics, home visiting programs, early intervention and infant mental health programs would benefit from Cheryl’s expertise and national reputation in this area of practice.