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  1. Simeonsson, N. W. and Lorimer, M. S., Transition planning in early intervention: nurse practitioner implications., Journal of pediatric health care : official publication of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners, vol. 9 no. 4 (September, 1995), pp. 172-7, ISSN 0891-5245
    (last updated on 2011/01/30)

    The effective transition of young children with disabilities from early intervention services that they receive before age 3 years to services that they will receive as preschoolers is an important priority. Mandates in federal law have created new responsibilities for professionals who provide these early childhood services. As part of a multidisciplinary team, pediatric nurse practitioners can play a key role in facilitating these transitions. This article describes the PRIME Transition Model, a comprehensive, research-based model that outlines these responsibilities and presents guidelines, transition checklists, timelines, and medical and legal information.

    Child, Preschool • Disabled Persons • Early Intervention (Education)* • Humans • Infant • Models, Nursing • Nurse Practitioners* • Patient Care Planning • Patient Care Team • Pediatric Nursing* • United States • legislation & jurisprudence • rehabilitation*