ON-DEMAND RECORDED WEBINAR - Clinical Applications of Contemporary Motor and Neural Plasticity Theories

May 15, Sunday – Jun 30, Thursday

Cost: $50
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Clinical Applications of Contemporary Motor and Neural Plasticity Theories

Recorded 2 Hour Webinar -  Available for On-Demand Streaming 

Description: This presentation reviews current theories for motor control, motor development, and neuroplasticity.  Concerns and red flags for atypical development will be discussed.  Both behavioral signals/concepts that impact neuroplasticity will be highlighted with applications to clinical practice explored. A case presentation will be used to help to understand theories and how one can put into practice.

Objectives: Participants will be able to:

  1. Review Motor Theories - Dynamic Systems Theories and NGST
  2. Identify themes for motor development and motor learning to apply to clinical practice
  3. Define neural plasticity and identify 6 behavior signals that enhance neural plasticity
  4. Give examples of how they might apply information to their clinical practice

Presenter: Sara Kerrick, PT

Sara Kerrick, PT, is a physical therapist at Mary Bridge Childrens Therapy Puyallup with more than 37 years of pediatric experience. NDT-trained, Sara has a master's degree in rehabilitation medicine with an emphasis on pediatric physical therapy from the University of Washington. She has a special interest in cognitive functioning and the impact on mobility as well as exploring use of outcomes to guide Clinical Practice.

Recording: After you register you will receive a link to access the recordings. You will have access to videos for 90 days from first viewing. If you require more time email [email protected]

Cost: $50

Credit: 2 Continuing Education Hours/Clock Hours (.2 CEUs)

Post Test: Professionals will complete a Post Test (with a passing score of 70% or better) prior to receiving Certificate.

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