Activity Provided By
Care Resources, Inc.
Overview / Abstract
Learn how to identify and treat the challenges that infants and toddlers must overcome when faced with a neurological deficit or simply a developmental delay. Typical and atypical development will be reviewed as they relate to one another and how the infant/toddler develops functional movement behaviors.
Current philosophy and principles of the Neuro-Developmental Treatment approach will be presented as it relates to treatment of the infant and toddler. Slides, video and observation of infant movement will reinforce typical development. Movement labs will be used to facilitate one another through movement transitions and to learn handling techniques on an infant-sized doll. Observation of an assessment and treatment session will show treatment and handling techniques on a client.
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Understand the current neuroscientific basis of the Neuro-Developmental Treatment Approach.
- Identify at least 10 aspects of typical development via slides, video and observation of infant and toddler movement.
- Identify at least 10 aspects of atypical development as compared to typical development via slides and video.
- Facilitate movement transitions appropriate for the infant/toddler population on another adult and on a doll in lab.
- Describe ways to promote carry-over in the home environment via daily activities.
15 contact hours/1.5 CEUs
8:00 Typical Development Birth to Twelve Months
11:15 Baby Development Lab
12:00 Lunch (on your own)
1:00 Handling Lab I
2:30 Atypical Development of the Infant
3:30 Handling Lab II
8:00 Current Philosophy and Neuroscientific Basis of Neuro-Developmental Treatment
9:00 Assessment Guidelines
10:00 Client Assessment and Treatment Demonstration
11:30 Handling Lab III
1:30 Handling Lab IV
4:00 Home Programming Considerations
LIVE Activity Location Details
Care Conference Center
1026 Cromwell Bridge Road
United States of America
03-23-2012 - 03-24-2012
Credits / Hours
OT, COTA, PT, PTA
15 hours / 1.5 CEUs
15 hours / 1.5 CEUs Introductory/Professional
Activity Certified By
15 hours/1.5 CEUs. Application for approval has been submitted to the Maryland and Ohio PT and OT boards, the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia PT boards. Care Resources is an Approved Provider for the New York and North Carolina PT boards and an Approving Provider for the California PT board. The Virginia PT and OT Boards and the North Carolina OT Board accepts board approvals from any other state. 15 hours/1.5 ASHA CEUs. Application has been made to ASHA as an Introductory/Professional accredited course.
Is This Activity Certified for "Live" Credit?
Early Bird $429.00; Early Bird Group (3 or more) $399.00; Regular Rate $449.00; Regular Group Rate $
Presenters / Authors / Faculty
Jane Styer-Acevedo, PT, is a master clinician with expertise in inpatient, outpatient, homecare, early intervention services, sheltered workshops, and the treatment of infants through older adults with developmental and neurological challenges. She is senior adjunct faculty at Arcadia University and is an active certified Pediatric Coordinator-Instructor in NDT. Jane has authored multiple chapters and articles including "Physical Therapy for the Child with Cerebral Palsy" in Pediatric Physical Therapy, 4th Edition, and “Aquatic Rehabilitation in Pediatrics” in Ruoti R (ed), Aquatic Rehabilitation.
Activity Specialities / Related Topics
Speech Language Pathology, Rehabilitation / Therapy, Pediatrics, Occupational Medicine
Occupational Therapy CE, Physical Therapy CE, Speech Therapy / Pathology CE