Treatment of Pediatric Neuromotor Disorders: Techniques to Achieve Developmental Progression in Infants and Children with Cerebral Palsy, TBI, Down Syndrome, and other Neuromotor Disorders


Course Description

Neurodevelopmental disorders encompass a wide range of motor dysfunctions that affect a child’s ability to move and interact with his environment in a meaningful way.   The latest research strongly suggests that early object interaction, sitting, and locomotor behaviors are important vehicles for promoting future cognitive, perceptual-motor, language, and social-emotional development. Children with neurodevelopmental disorders are challenged in accessing these experiences.

This course will provide participants with knowledge of the latest motor learning techniques and evidenced based practices for infants and young children with neurodevelopmental disorders. The decision making and treatment session strategies will enable you to be a proactive clinician, allowing the implementation of a plan of care that can improve functional outcomes. Return to your practice with tools to immediately implement the best interventions, the latest research, and safely challenge this population

This seminar-on-demand is 5 contact hours in length (check your state’s approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession).

Contact Hours: 5
Video Course Format: Video
Target Audience:
Instructional Level: Intermediate