Developmental Neurorehabilitation attempts to help people with brain injuries, neurological diseases, and other developmental, physical, and intellectual challenges improve their recovery, rehabilitation, and education. Although the focus is on children, developmental disabilities can affect people throughout their lives. Rehabilitation can help people with a wide range of health problems, including acute and chronic diseases, illnesses, and injuries. It can also be used in conjunction with other health interventions, such as medical and surgical treatments, to help get the best potential results. Rehabilitation can, for example, aid in the reduction, management, or prevention of consequences linked with a variety of medical conditions, such as a spinal cord injury, a stroke, or a fracture. Occupational and physical therapists have a long history of working with new-borns and children with developmental disorders. A variety of factors have influenced the nature of therapeutic interventions provided by these professionals in recent years. Medical advances that have improved the survival of children with prematurity and traumatic brain injury have resulted in the challenge of developing new therapeutic methods and technological support for these growing populations.