Event Phone: 646-269-9039
- NTT Strength Module
June 19, 2018
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Seats are very limited due to the interactive nature of the course. Register early to secure one and save!
COURSE REVIEWS OF TURN MYSTERY TO MASTERY!
“Effective and engaging! Just can’t wait for the other NTT modules in June! :)” – PT with 10 years experience
“Learning by doing and working & critiquing colleagues is great! Time flies when you are having fun.” – OT with 20 years experience
“It is great way to evaluate where the breakdown in learning a new motor skill occurs.” – PT with 6 years experience
“Lot of interactive pieces – hands-on tasks that engaged me.” – OT with 10 years experience
“Amazing speaker, funny, has a great way to encourage clinical reasoning.” – PT with 15 years experience
“Gave research throughout the course. Reinforcement of task analysis helped. I felt more competent as the day progressed. Thank you!” – OT with 8 years experience
“Enjoyed the specific ways to use NTT with different tasks and kids. Creative ideas to modify tasks were helpful.” – PT with 15 years experience
“Dr. Bouwien is very knowledgeable and a very dynamic speaker. She explained all of the concepts at a level that was very easy to understand and apply to real-life situations.” – OT with 7.5 years experience
Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) exhibit difficulty learning motor skills and transferring an acquired motor skill to another setting or task. It’s as if every task in another context is a new mystery that needs to be relearned.
Turn Mystery to Mastery!, a 7-module series, provides therapists the knowledge and skills to help children with DCD learn and generalize motor skills using Neuromotor Task Training (NTT). Popularly used in Europe and other countries outside the US, NTT is a task-oriented approach that is based upon motor learning principles. It has strong support from numerous meta-analyses and systematic reviews, and is recommended by the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD) over body-function-oriented approaches.
NTT can also be applied to other children with coordination difficulties, such as those with Autism, ADHD, ADD, Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy with higher cognitive and physical function.
Turn Mystery to Mastery! – Ball Skills Module on June 19, 2018 is a 1-day module for those who completed or are registered for Introduction to Neuromotor Task Training.
Many recreational games and sport activities involve catching, aiming, throwing, kicking or using a bat (ping pong, tennis, softball), together with body positioning and rely heavily on anticipatory control (known to be poor in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder). Different activities will be analyzed. For example, ping pong, catching and aiming games. Some training programs for these activities will be developed and tried out.
Click here for a 1-page brochure that you can download, print and share. Note that attendance of/registration for the NTT Main Module is required. If you have not attended the Main Module, register for June 18, 2018 in NYC – click here for details and save even more.
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the application of motor control and motor learning principles in teaching ball skills
- Conduct a task analysis and task performance analysis of a recreational activity requiring ball skills
- Perform task loading during performance of recreational activity requiring ball skills
- Apply motor teaching principles during performance of a recreational activity requiring ball skills
- Explain the evaluation of task performance by comparing task performance and task load, pre- and post-intervention
- Development of Recreational Activities Requiring Ball Skills
- What is Specific about Recreational Activities Requiring Ball Skills
- Task Analysis of Recreational Activities Requiring Ball Skills
- Task Performance Analysis of Recreational Activities Requiring Ball Skills
- Task Loading of Recreational Activities Requiring Ball Skills
- Motor Teaching of Recreational Activities Requiring Ball Skills
- Action Plan: Application of Task-oriented Training in Recreational Activities Requiring Ball Skills
PTs, PTAs, OTs and COTAs
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
This course qualifies for the equivalent of 6 hours of training.
- New York: PTs, PTAs, OTs & COTAs will receive 6 contact hours.
- New Jersey: Apply EBP, LLC is currently applying for approval for 6.0 credits for PTs & PTAs. Note that there is no CEU approval process for OT/COTA.
- Connecticut: Note that CT does not require pre-approval of continuing education courses. The content of this course qualifies as continuing education as per DPH OT and PT regulations.
If you would like to obtain CEUs for another state, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
January Launch Special: $189 – save $50 by registering by January 31, 2018
Early Bird: $209 – save $30 by registering between February 1 – April 30, 2018
Full Price: $239 – available starting May 1 – June 1, 2018
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Pay via Check: You will receive instructions to send check via mail within 7 days to be registered.
Main Module: Introduction to Neuromotor Task Training | June 18, 2018 | NYU Wasserman Center
Motor Imagery Module: Motor Imagery Protocol for Children with DCD | June 21, 2018 | NYU Wasserman Center
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