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Developmental Issues In Under Served Children

Academic Publications

Evidence-Based Practice with Young Children with Special Needs: Health-Impaired Molly Nozyce PhD and Roy Grant MA. In: Evidence-Based Practice in Infant and Early Childhood Psychology. Pages 537-574. Hoboken NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2009


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Otitis media and early development in a high risk pediatric population R Grant, L Lynch, P Sherman, I Redlener. Seventh National Head Start Research Conference, June 2004 Poster. Published in, 2005. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Head Start Bureau, pages 567-568.
Screening program for identifying infants and toddlers at risk for otitis media with effusion using distortion product otoacoustic emission technology S Townsend, R Grant, R Ruben, R Schwartz, K White, J Gravel. Recent Advances in Otitis Media: Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium. 2002. Ontario: BC Decker, pages 200-204.
Identification of hearing loss for infants and toddlers in Early Intervention programs R Grant, Townsend, Kucera. American Public Health Association, Nov 1999

Conference Publications

Medically involved infants and toddlers in the Early Intervention Program: Implications for policy. Roy Grant, MA, and Molly Nozyce, PhD. American Public Health Association, October 25-29, 2008. San Diego, CA.
Otitis Media And Early Development In A High Risk Pediatric Population Roy Grant MA, Lourdes Rigual-Lynch PhD, Peter Sherman MD, Irwin Redlener MD. Head Start’s Seventh National Research Conference. June 28 – July 1, 2004. Washington DC.


The Feasibility of Otoacoustic Emission Screening for Hearing Loss in Pediatric Primary Care R Grant, Hobson, P Sherman, Gravel, Townsend, White, I Redlener. Pediatric Academic Societies, May 1999