SEM22C2: Principles of Normal Movement and Facilitation: An NDT Treatment Approach in Pediatrics
Presented By: Maria Huben, P.T.; Francine Martin Stern, P.T.

9 Contact Hours - 0.90 CEUs - 9.00 PDUs
$55.00 per person
Course Description
This seminar presents basic principles of normal movement and concepts of facilitation of movement for the treatment of children with neuromotor disorders. Facilitation techniques are discussed and demonstrated. Analysis of movement and function as well as comparative analysis of normal and atypical development are presented. Treatment examples and demonstration. Handouts included in PDF file format.
Learning Outcomes
1. Identify the major components of sensorimotor development.
2. Describe the basic handling techniques to facilitate normal movement.
3. Identify the functional components in supine, prone, sitting, quadruped, standing, and
4. Identify the transitional components in supine, prone, sitting, quadruped, standing, and walking.
5. Describe the important elements of functional goal setting.
Seminar Level
Level I Introductory/no prerequisite required.
Accepted by NBCOT for PDUs. Approved by the New York State PT Board, California PT Board, Illinois PT Board. For other State PT Board approvals click on CEU Course Approvals.. Approved by the Illinois Early Intervention Training Program (IEITP) for 2.0 hrs Atypical Development 3.0 hrs Intervention 4.0 hrs Typical Development
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Target Audience
Physical, occupational, speech therapists, certified athletic trainers, and other rehabilitation specialists. For special needs requests please contact us at
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