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24 Month Assessment
This entry was posted on 09/01/2019

The third phase of assessment has commenced at the Women's Hospital. Infants that have reached 24-months of age have been invited to the hospital for a follow-up assessment. This consists of a clinical examination, parent interview and neuro-developmental assessment using standardised clinical tools including the Bayley Scale III.


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24 Month Preparations
This entry was posted on 23/10/2018

With the children now approaching the 24 month assessment, educational toys have been purchased and will be gifted to the infants at the upcoming 24 month assessment. These toys are well-established in stimulating learning development, hence it will be beneficial to the infants at this crucial age. These toys are aimed at improving cognitive, motor and language development.

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12 Month Assessment
This entry was posted on 23/01/2018

The second phase of assessment has commenced at the Women's Hospital. Infants that have reached 12-months of age have been invited to the hospital for a follow-up assessment. This consists of a clinical examination, parent interview and neuro-developmental assessment using standardised clinical tools including the Bayley Scale III




12 Month Gifts
This entry was posted on 23/01/2018

The production of the first year gifts with personalised QPrem logo have been completed.
These have now arrived from Spain and will be packaged and gifted to all infants when they attend the hospital for the 12 month follow-up assessment in the coming months.





Qatar Bayley III Training Workshop
Q-Prem team (Dr. Ghassan Abdoh and Prof. Muthanna Samara) organised a new Two-day Training Workshop for Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development Third Edition (Bayley-III), but this time at Women's Hospital, Doha, Qatar. The training was attended by 35 participants, and Dr. Betty Hutchon (DSc MBAOT Head Paediatric Occupational Therapist).

This was an introductory workshop to the Bayley III, which assesses developmental functioning for infants and young children aged from 1 month to 42 months. The training was interactive and introduced course participants to the Bayley III and included both video case studies and ‘live’ demonstrations with a young child. Our participants learned how to administer and score the Cognitive, Language and Motor scales as well as the Social Emotional and Adaptive Behaviour Scales.

The aims and objectives on completion of this workshop are to be able to: Administer and score the Bayley-III, chart a child’s progress using Bayley-III, understand the constructs upon which the Bayley-III is based, interpret and communicate outcomes from Bayley-III.



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London Bayley Workshop
Q-Prem team members (Dr. Ghassan Abdoh, Prof. Muthanna Samara and Dr. Mairéad Foody) organised a Two-day Training Workshop for Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development Third Edition (Bayley-III) at Kingston University London. The training was attended by ten participants.

This was an introductory workshop to the Bayley III, which assesses developmental functioning for infants and young children aged from 1 month to 42 months. The training was interactive and introduced course participants to the Bayley III and included both video case studies and ‘live’ demonstrations with a young child. Our participants learned how to administer and score the Cognitive, Language and Motor scales as well as the Social Emotional and Adaptive Behaviour Scales.

The aims and objectives on completion of this workshop are to be able to: Administer and score the Bayley-III, chart a child’s progress using Bayley-III, understand the constructs upon which the Bayley-III is based, interpret and communicate outcomes from Bayley-III.




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