This article discusses occupational therapy for children with perinatal HIV infection and their caregivers. An interdisciplinary early intervention and preschool program serving these children is described. Current medical and neurological research is reviewed to serve as a basis for occupational therapy intervention. Therapeutic approaches that integrate physical, neurological, developmental, and psychosocial needs are presented.
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