Effects of sleep among infants and toddlers on their neurodevelopmental outcomes

Brief description of study

This study will examine the effects of infant and toddler sleep patterns among preterm and full-term infants on their neurodevelopmental outcomes following discharge from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The purpose of this study is to assess infant and toddler sleep by way of parental completion of a validated questionnaire namely Brief Infant Sleep Questionnaire (BISQ) and identifying any potential correlating changes in the neurodevelopment using Bayley IV neurodevelopment assessment during their scheduled follow-up visit at neonatal follow-up clinic until 30 months of corrected age.

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