Coordinated Services

The provision of nutrition services and prevention of further disabling conditions can be done in a variety of health care, school, vocational, home, and community settings. It is the responsibility of the family in concert with the health care team to promote nutrition care planning in these settings. More than 90% of children with CP live to adulthood; however, their life expectancy is less than that of the general population. The chronicity of nutrition problems for individuals with CP is recognized and has in part created a need for care coordination and integrated service planning to provide meaningful and cost-effective services.

See also: Energy Expenditure: Indirect Calorimetry; Doubly Labeled Water. Nutritional Support: Adults, Enteral.

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