Utilizing NDT & Sensoty Integration Strategies to Facilitation Skills Through Play

Jun 23, Friday – Jun 24, Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm


Utilizing NDT and Sensory Integration Strategies to Facilitate Functional Skills Through Play

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Course Description:

This workshop will focus on play as a vehicle for learning for children with developmental challenges. Current information on Neuro Developmental Treatment and Sensory Integration will provide the foundation for analyzing and applying play to assessment and intervention with children of all ages to attain functional skills. 

Presentor:

Lezlie Adler, MA, OTR/L, C/NDT received her BA and her MA with Distinction from Wayne State University. She is an internationally recognized and respected clinician, educator, and consultant with extensive and broad experience in medical, educational, and community based settings. She has extensive, highly respected leadership, team building, mentor-ship, and re-engineering of service provision in interdisciplinary therapeutic sites. Key areas of expertise include: clinical intervention, family and professional education, program development and execution, training material development and distribution. Her broad experience in practice and program development as a pediatric Occupational Therapist in schools, hospitals, outpatient clinics, homes, and community organizations will be evident in the sessions she leads. Her achievements have been recognized by the AOTA Foundation for teaching contributions and clinical excellence, Detroit OT Outstanding Therapist of the Year, Ferris State College Award for innovation and Technology, among others. She is the patent holder and has authored several activity books and articles for educators, therapists and parents on sensory and motor development for preschool and school age children, fine motor development, and functional performance for children with developmental challenges

Schedule:

DAY ONE (6.5 hours)

8:00am      Registration
8:30am      The evolution of play, and how it leads to developmental competence, and skill
Noon          Lunch (on your own)
1:00pm      Critical elements in Neurodevelopmental Treatment and Sensory Integration, and Motor Learning 
4:30pm     Adjourn

DAY TWO (6.5 hours)

8:00am      Sign In/Continental Breakfast
8:30am      Critical elements in Neurodevelopmental Treatments and Sensory Integration
11:30am    Children with Challenges (video demonstration and discussion)
12:00pm    Lunch (on your own)
1:00pm      What does Motor Learning Have to do with Play and Function?
2:00pm      Stump the Stars” the art and science of intervention
                  Group Problem Solving – Functional Problems Addressed Through Play
4:00pm       Final Questions and Discussion
4:30pm       Adjourn
* One lunch break and two 15-minute breaks are provided each day.

Cost:

NDTA Members: $350 • Non Members: $500

Full refund of the course registration fee, less $50 administrative fee, will be granted upon receipt of a written request postmarked on or before 30 days before the first day of the course. Cancellations by the attendee less than 30 days from the first day of the course are not eligible for any refund.

Cancelation:

Full refund of the course registration fee, less $50 administrative fee, will be granted upon receipt of a written request postmarked on or before 30 days before the first day of the course. Cancellations by the attendee less than 30 days from the first day of the course are not eligible for any refund.

Credit:

13.0 Continuing Education Hours will be awarded upon successful completion of this NDTA/Bobath approved seminar. Host state PT CEUs will be available from the NDTA.
ASHA CEUs: This program is offered for 1.3 CEUs (Introductory Level; Professional Area).
Financial: The instructor, Lezlie Adler, MA, OTR/L, C/NDT is being financially compensated by NDTA to present this course. Non-Financial: Lezlie Adler, MA, OTR/L, C/NDT is a certified NDTA Coordinator Instructor and serves committee/leadership roles in the NDTA Instructor Group and NDTA Organization, but does not receive compensation for these roles.

Registration:

Online: www.ndta.org
Phone: 800-869-9295
Fax: 949-376-3456

Course ID #17S03LAWA

SEMINAR CONTACT INFORMATION
Julie Pitz, NDTA Education Coordinator
800-869-9295 • [email protected]

Location:

Mary Bridge Children’s Therapy Unit at Good Samaritan
402 15th AVE SE
Puyallup, WA 98372

Date:

June 23 -24, 2017

Time:

Friday & Saturday 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM




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