High Risk Infants/Children

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    Taxonomy Code: YF-3000.3660

    Infants and children who are at risk for developmental delays or other problems because of congenital abnormalities; perinatal medical complications including anoxia, low birth weight, prematurity, respiratory distress syndrome, or metabolic or central nervous system disorders; medical problems that have their onset following birth; or environmental factors including elements of risk that relate to the mother (minimal education, lack of prenatal care, history of drug abuse, pregnancy when younger than age 18 or older than age 35, having a developmental disability, having a sexually transmitted disease) or lack of appropriate stimulation during infancy and early childhood due to neglect, poverty or social isolation.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ANTEPARTUM TESTING UNITProvides care for complicated and high-risk pregnancies. High risk can include women with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, or women expecting more than one baby as well as other conditions. Call for more information.SuffolkANTEPARTUM TESTING UNITNORTH SHORE-LIJ HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL-THE KATZ INSTITUTE FOR WOMEN'S HEALTH
    DIVISION OF MATERNAL-FETAL MEDICINEOffers a perinatal center which receives referrals of high-risk mothers and infants from Nassau County and Western Suffolk County. Offers a full range of the latest diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in maternal and newborn care. Offers perinatal consultation including: pre-conception counseling, outpatient and in-patient management of high risk pregnancies, diabetes education and management, and acceptance of maternal transports. The Antepartum testing unit offers Color Doppler Imaging, 3-D Ultrasounds, fetal echocardiography, ovarian cancer screening, Chorionic Villus Sampling, Amniocentesis, Viral Studies and fetal lung maturity and Antenatal Testing. An alternative childbirth division offers an opportunity for underwater birthing to qualified patients.NassauDIVISION OF MATERNAL-FETAL MEDICINENASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
    DIVISION OF NEONATOLOGYProvides three integrated areas of care to newborns: the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit(NICU) Newborn Nurseries and a High Risk Follow Up Clinic. The NICU is a 28 bed Level III intensive care unit providing around the clock specialized care for critically ill newborns. There is 24 hour visiting for parents and grandparents. The Newborn Nurseries are next to the Labor and Delivery suite. Infants room in with their mothers from early morning until early evening. A lactation consultant and social worker is available to assist mothers/families. The High Risk Clinic is run by the Neonatologist to provide primary care to many of the infants discharged from the NICU.NassauDIVISION OF NEONATOLOGYNASSAU UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
    INFANT CPROffers In-patient CPR instruction to families of high-risk infants in the NICU and children being discharged from the Pediatric Unit. Provides demonstrations and discussions.NassauINFANT CPRWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL CLASSESProvides a multidisciplinary evaluation for children 3-5yrs, a 2 1/2 hour integrated classroom with individual or group therapies. Typical children, ages 3-5yrs, may enroll in the class paying a tuition fee. Also provides parent education programs and parent support group.SuffolkINTEGRATED PRESCHOOL CLASSESBUILDING BLOCKS DEVELOPMENTAL PRESCHOOL
    LAMAZE INSTRUCTIONOffers individual Lamaze Instruction by a Certified childbirth Educator to high-risk antepartum inpatients who can attend classes off the unit.NassauLAMAZE INSTRUCTIONWINTHROP UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    MOTHER AND CHILD PROGRAMOffers a 16 Adult bed residential treatment facility for pregnant and postpartum women and their infants up to two years of age. The MAC program enables pregnant substance abusers to receive treatment without having to be separated from their children. Treatment services include intensive individual, group and family counseling, structured socialization and vocational/educational training. In addition, the women receive instructions on pre-natal care, Lamaze, and parenting skills. While the women are involved in treatment activities, the children are cared for by certified child care workers in the program's on-site Child Development Center. The children themselves receive age-appropriate assessments and participate in tasks that promote the timely acquisition of motor, communication, and socialization skills.SuffolkMOTHER AND CHILD PROGRAMPHOENIX HOUSE OF LONG ISLAND
    PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY SERVICEProvides evaluation and treatment of pediatric neurologic disorders including epilepsy, headaches, movement disorders, developmental delay, perinatal-related problems and neuromuscular diseases.SuffolkPEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY SERVICESTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    PRESCHOOLProvides a multidisciplinary evaluation for children 3-5 yrs of age a four hour and a two and one-half hour special education classroom with individual or group therapies. Also provides parent education programs and parent support group.SuffolkPRESCHOOLBUILDING BLOCKS DEVELOPMENTAL PRESCHOOL
    RESPITE, REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAMProvides respite reimbursement for technology dependent, medically fragile, chronically ill and developmentally disabled children ages birth through 18 years.SuffolkRESPITE, REIMBURSEMENT PROGRAMANGELA'S HOUSE
    SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-BUREAU OF PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ADMINISTRATIONProvides community and maternal child health services which include: Prenatal/Postpartum Care, Child Find which helps identify a child's problem early and makes sure the family receives the necessary help, Inborn Metabolic Screening Follow-Ups, Chronic Disease Management (asthma, CVD, diabetes, hypertension), referrals to Public Health Nurses for at risk families needing assistance in complying with all the health care needs of their child and Wound Care.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-BUREAU OF PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ADMINISTRATIONSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES-DIVISION OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE-BUREAU OF PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING ADMINISTRATION
    TENDER LOVING CARE FOUNDATIONOffers support to families of newborns in the Newborn Intensive Care Units (NICU) of the hospitals within the North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System (NSLIJHS). The hospitals are the following: North Shore University Hospital at Plainview, Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York, North Shore University Hospital at Forest Hills, Southside Hospital and Huntington Hospital. In addition, the Barter Exchange provides a list of items used by members. These include medical support equipment, furniture, clothing and more.NassauTENDER LOVING CARE FOUNDATIONTENDER LOVING CARE FOUNDATION
    THE LITTLE ANGEL FUND, INC.Offers support to parents of seriously ill or premature infants in NeoNatal Intensive Care Unit. Offers help and support to bereaved parents. Maintains library of educational materials and videos, sponsors nurses to conferences or workshops, and publishes a newsletter. Monthly visits to NeoNatal Intensive Care Unit with gifts to babies.SuffolkTHE LITTLE ANGEL FUND, INC.THE LITTLE ANGEL FUND , INC.

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