Upcoming Workshops/Seminar

Improving Function: Tools to Enhance Motor Learning, Motor Control, and Strength

This introductory-intermediate level lecture and lab course will explore how characteristics of cerebral palsy, autism, and other neuromotor diagnoses influence motor control, motor learning, strength, and function for children from birth to teens. Evidence-based examination and intervention strategies will be presented to promote motor learning and achievement of personal, functional outcomes in light of a child's specific diagnosis. Using the ICF as a framework for practice, case studies and lab sessions will provide attendees opportunities to integrate the information provided with clinical judgement to develop outcomes, examination plans, and intervention activities for a given child. Therapists will learn to apply valid and reliable tools to measure responses to intervention over time in order to set treatment priorities, document progress and modify intervention.

The course is being instructed by Paula Cox on November 2nd and 3rd, 2019. This particular course counts for tba contact hours with NY State. If you have any questions feel free to contact Ed Leonard at (845)341-4280 or edward.leonard@sunyorange.edu

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