High-risk newborns refer to newborns with significantly higher mortality and disability rates than normal children. Infants less than 34 weeks in pregnancy, premature infants born with a body weight of less than 1500 grams, and babies with perinatal suffocation are at high risk. The high-risk factors of high-risk newborns mainly include the following medical history: perinatal asphyxia, severe jaundice, premature delivery, low birth weight, intracranial hemorrhage, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, persistent hypoglycemia, aspiration pneumonia, scleredema, twins, Giant child, umbilical cord around the neck, fetal head attraction, breech position, transverse position, emergency production, long labor, early pregnancy medication, maternal poisoning, vaginal bleeding, placenta previa, maternal psychosis, pregnancy poisoning, pregnancy response, etc. . About 18% of high-risk newborns have cerebral palsy, and 25% to 50% have severe cognitive and behavioral defects. The key to the treatment of sequelae of neonatal brain injury is early detection, early diagnosis, early intervention, and early treatment. The earlier the start, the better the effect. A large number of studies have proved that 0 to 2 years old is the period with the fastest brain development and the strongest compensatory ability. Early treatment guarantees the maximum potential of children and has the effect of “shaping” and “pruning” on brain development. According to a hospital statistics: early treatment (average 4.74 months) cerebral palsy, 68.2% can be cured.