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Analysis and Treatment Concepts in Hypotonia: 30 Hours
SVSEM38Defining Hypotonia and Discussing Treatment Strategies(13.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV17Comprehensive Strategies in Hypotonia (6.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV18Hypotonia Through The Years: 31 Months to 23 Years (3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV19Motor Control in Hypotonia (3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV30Treatment Strategies in Hypotonia (5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Assessment & Treatment of Oral- Motor and Respiratory Issues in Pediatrics: 42.3 Hours
SEM10AManagement of the 0-3 Population with Oral-Motor Disorders(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM15Improving Eating Behaviors in Children with Feeding Aversion(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM21Sensory Issues and NDT Treatment for Feeding Disorders (7.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM22EIntroduction to Assessment and Treatment of Oral-Motor Disorders(5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV44Drooling: What Works Beside the Bandana?(1.3 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM31Issues of the Head and Neck: Improving Oral-Motor Function, Respiration, and Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders(9.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Assessment & Treatment of Pediatric Feeding & Swallowing Disorders: 115 Hours
SEM24AABC's of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Module I: The Basics(20.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM24BABC's of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Module II: The Systems(20.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM24CABC's of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Module III: The Comprehensive Assessment Process(20.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM24DABC's of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Module IV: Feeding and Swallowing Treatment(22.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM24EABC's of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Module V: Feeding & Swallowing Issues in Premature Infants(23.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM32Analyzing Swallow Studies in Pediatrics(10.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Assessment and Treatment Concepts in Learning Disabilities: 50 Hours
SEM20The Neuroanatomy of Learning Disabilities(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
OL01The Clinical Observation of Posture in Children with Learning Disabilities(2.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
OL04Developmental Aspects of Movement and Posture Disorganization(3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM11A2Neurokinesthetic Approach to Hand Function and Handwriting(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM3A2Functional Interaction of the Visual and Motor Systems in Rehabilitation(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
OL07Integrating Neural Systems: Improving Performance in Children with Learning Disabilities (8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV08AThe Analysis and Intervention of Movement & Posture Disorganization in Learning Disabilities(5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Concepts in Learning and Performance in Pediatrics: 54 Hours
SEM7Concepts in Neuroanatomy in Learning, Memory and Recall(6.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM11A2Neurokinesthetic Approach to Hand Function and Handwriting(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM23Improving Function in Children Using NDT, SI and Motor Learning Frameworks(11.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM26Beyond Weight Bearing: Getting the Hands to Work More Efficiently (12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV32Autism and Apraxia Treadmill Protocol (2.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV33Adaptive Parallel Track Skiing For Persons With Mild To Moderate Motor Impairments. (3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM20The Neuroanatomy of Learning Disabilities(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Concepts and Strategies in Pediatric Treatment: 90.5 Hours
SEM12BTreatment Intervention for Children with Neuromotor and Sensorimotor Disorders(7.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM30APractical Treatment of Torticollis(7.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM12AThe Neuroanatomy of Neuromotor and Sensorimotor Disorders(7.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM17Biomechanical and Sensory Strategies for Improving Motor Control in Children with Neuromotor Disorders(11.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM28Helping the Child with Neuromotor Challenges(5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV29Facilitation of Posture and Movement with Treatment Application to Pediatrics (5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV13Treatment Concepts for Low Tone, Neuromotor Disorders, and Ataxia (5 Streaming Videos)(3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV34Improving Pediatric Gait (4.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV26The Assessment and Treatment of Torticollis (2.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
OL05Dressing and Hygiene as Therapeutic Objectives for Children with Neuromotor Disorders(4.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
OL06Adaptive Seating Using Triplewall(2.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV35Treatment Concepts for the Pediatric Patient (3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SVSEM37A Chronology of Interventions and Progress in a Child with Congenital Brain Malformation(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV43Treatment Approaches for Children with Cerebral Palsy(4.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM29Treating the Child with Total Body Involvement(14.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Concepts in Baby Treatment: 41.5 Hours
SEM22FIntroduction to Baby Treatment(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM27Concepts & Guidelines in Baby Treatment(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM24EABC's of Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Module V: Feeding & Swallowing Issues in Premature Infants(23.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV27Early Baby Treatment 3 (2.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Concepts in Neuroanatomy: 40.5 Hours
SEM22APerinatal Pathology (7.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM12AThe Neuroanatomy of Neuromotor and Sensorimotor Disorders(7.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM18The Neuroanatomy of the Visual System(6.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM20The Neuroanatomy of Learning Disabilities(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM5AThe Neuroanatomy of Closed Head and Brain Injury in Children and Adults(6.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM7Concepts in Neuroanatomy in Learning, Memory and Recall(6.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Functional Vision and Rehabilitation in Children & Adults: 48.5 Hours
SEM18The Neuroanatomy of the Visual System(6.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM3A2Functional Interaction of the Visual and Motor Systems in Rehabilitation(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM5CIntegrating Physical Handling and Vision Intervention in CVA & TBI(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM5D2The Vision-Motor Connection: Influences on Rehabilitation in Children & Adults(10.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
OL02Visual Dysfunction as an Interference in Motor Control for Children with Cerebral Palsy (4.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV14Vision and Motor Control Issues in Head Trauma (4.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Joint & Soft Tissue Mobilization Techniques: 34 Hours
SEM13Joint Mobilization For The Neurologically Involved Child(12.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM4A2Introduction to Soft Tissue Mobilization of the Upper and Lower Body(13.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV23Intervention Strategies for Improving Rib Cage Function (3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV24Facilitation Techniques to Improve Rib Cage Function, Respiration, Phonation, Postural and Oral-Motor Control (4.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV37Basic Myotherapy Techniques for Adult Pain Management (1.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Neurodevelopmental Treatment Strategies in Adult Hemiplegia: 48.5 Hours
SEM2AThe NDT (Bobath) Management of Adult Hemiplegia(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM14Preparation for Better Function Of the Upper Extremity in Adult Hemiplegia(10.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM16AAnalyzing Functional Activities As A Basis for Treatment in Adult Hemiplegia(10.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM19Preparation for Improving Functional Gait in Adult Hemiplegia(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV11Improving Functional Motor Skills in Adult Hemiplegia (3.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV12Positioning and Bed Mobility in Adult Hemiplegia (2.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV42Task Analysis Based Treatment in Adult Hemiplegia(2.5 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Neurodevelopmental Treatment Strategies in Pediatrics: 44 Hours
SEM22APerinatal Pathology (7.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM22B2Introductory Concepts in Neurodevelopmental Treatment(5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM22C2Principles of Normal Movement and Facilitation: An NDT Treatment Approach in Pediatrics(9.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM22DTreatment Approaches in Pediatrics(10.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM22EIntroduction to Assessment and Treatment of Oral-Motor Disorders(5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM22FIntroduction to Baby Treatment(8.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Strategies in Hypotonia: 30 Hours
SV17Comprehensive Strategies in Hypotonia (6.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV18Hypotonia Through The Years: 31 Months to 23 Years (3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV19Motor Control in Hypotonia (3.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV30Treatment Strategies in Hypotonia (5.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SVSEM38Defining Hypotonia and Discussing Treatment Strategies(13.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
The Treatment of Closed Head & Brain Injury in Children & Adults: 34 Hours
SEM5AThe Neuroanatomy of Closed Head and Brain Injury in Children and Adults(6.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM5BTreatment Strategies in Closed Head and Brain Injury in Children and Adults(6.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM5CIntegrating Physical Handling and Vision Intervention in CVA & TBI(12.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SEM5D2The Vision-Motor Connection: Influences on Rehabilitation in Children & Adults(10.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
Typical and Atypical Development: 9 Hours
SV07Speech and Motor Development (2.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV31Normal and Atypical Sensorimotor Development: Application to Children with Neuromotor Disorders (2.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV22Normal and Atypical Development of the Rib Cage and its Influence on Respiration, Phonation, and Postural Control (4.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails
SV39Normal Development as it Relates to Torticollis(1.0 contact hours)SpeakersPreviewDetails

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