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Jan28

NDTA Advanced Baby Course in the Management and Treatment of Infants

This is an advanced course in the analysis and treatment of movement disorders in infants with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy and other neuromotor disorders
Feb21

Intermediate NDT Handling and Problem-Solving Course

9am - 5:30pm

This course is designed for PTs, OTs and SLPs who have taken one or more introductory level courses in pediatric NDT, and are seeking to improve their critical problem solving skills, increase their treatment repertoire, and increase their confidence and skill in treatment.

Mar2

An Integrated Approach to Working with Children. Looking at Sensory Processing, Emotional Development, Social Thinking and Behavior

9am - 1pm

Participant will learn about the Social Thinking Curriculum and strategies to help these children navigate the social challenges in home, school and the community

Mar8

Kim Barthel - Becoming a Behavioral Detective: A Sensory Processing Approach in Looking Beyond the Behavior

8:30am - 4:30pm
ONLINE REGISTRTION IS NOW OPEN
This two-day workshop is designed to support a wide range of professionals (speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers and special educators) who work collaboratively towards the enhancement of a child’s learning, function and well-being.
Apr6

Sensory Integration Mini Parent Course

9am - 1pm

 This half day course is designed to help parents gain a better understanding of sensory integration and how it affects their child’s daily life. Parents will learn basic therapeutic approaches that are used to treat sensory integration dysfunction, thereby improving their child’s participation in daily life activities.

Jun6

Mary Massery's - Advanced Pulmonary Course

8:30am - 5:30pm

REGISTER TODAY ONLINE - LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE

The course will be interspersed with labs to refine handling techniques that were introduced in the basic course as well as labs working on the process of integrating the material into everyday clinical practice. The class is dynamic and interactive and will require the active participation of all clinicians. PT, OT and SLP therapists are encouraged to work in multi-disciplined groups to look at breathing from all 3 discipline’s perspectives.