What parents have to say

This space is devoted to your comments about the study, your experience, and your feelings. Here are several comments from parents collected during the completion of the questionnaires at the ages of 1 year and 2 years (these parents agreed to the publication of their statements):

Follow-up networks and associations

Follow-up networks

Networks to follow vulnerable children are available to help children and their families. They follow up, support, and care for children born preterm, with a low birth weight, or otherwise fragile. Their role is to screen for the difficulties of the children they follow early on, to optimize their overall care, and to do all that is possible to improve the children's personal, family, social, and school outcomes.


The CAMSP centers (early medicosocial action centers) are facilitaties that provide care for children from birth to the age of 6 years who have or are likely to have psychomotor delays, or sensory, neuromotor, or intellectual disorders, with or without relational difficulties. 
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