Over 1000 Professionals Have Discovered EiSMART. How Can We Help You?

What organisations and individuals are affiliated with EISMART? How can I implement the approach in my practice? How can I collaborate with EiSMART on research? Your questions are answered here. Please contact us if you would like to know more.


FAQ’s for Professionals

What Is EiSMART?

At Ei SMART we have developed an evidence based framework to improve early intervention which will give high risk infants a better start in life. We combine all aspects of a child’s development – Sensory, Motor, Attention and Regulation, and Relationships – to support premature and sick infants from birth (Early Intervention). Professionals and parents work Together to fulfil our mission.

What organisations and individuals are affiliated with EiSMART?

EiSMART is collaborating with the British Association for Neonatal Neurodevelopmental Follow-up (BANNFU), a special interest group within the British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM).

We have an esteemed team of professionals on our Management Committee and Expert Advisory Panel; learn more about their involvement here.

How can I implement the EiSMART approach in my practice?

Therapists: we are committed to supporting the professional development of occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and speech and language therapists. We are working closely with others in this field – doctors, psychologists, researchers and families – for the advancement of knowledge, skills, and practice in early intervention.


Learn more about the EiSMART framework here


Access free resources to support your families here including developmental play leaflets in 8 languages and materials for use in early intervention.


Join our Events to learn how to apply the EiSMART framework to your practice – see information here

What research has EiSMART completed, and how can I collaborate?

Academics, we are committed to the advancement of knowledge, skills, and practice in early intervention. We have a dedicated Research and Development team; we have published in DMCN; and presented at multiple international meetings, including the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD) and the World Association Infant Mental Health (WAIMH). Learn more about our academic work here [link to Resources page].


We welcome the chance to discuss research collaborations, building on the EiSMART framework [link to Unique Approach Professional Detail: EI].


We also work with government, charitable and non-profit organisations to discuss policy as it relates to the care of high risk infants. Contact us to learn more about our policy work [link to Contact Us].