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Myofascial Release for Pediatrics
Dates = March 11-12, 2016
location = Lancaster, PA
description = Multiple techniques are presented, from basic 3 planar to more complicated cranio-cervical and spinal techniques. Emphasis on
general palpation skills, mastering feel of fascial tissue, effective use and integration with functional therapy and complementary manual
therapies. Includes protocols for common pediatric diagnoses.
OTs, PTs and Assistants  15 hours/1.5 CEUs
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Childrens Brains, Neuroplasticity and Pediatric Intervention: Whats the Evidence?
Dates = March 4-5, 2016
location = Baltimore, MD
description = Learn to apply empirical evidence in neuroplasticity; motor control, learning and development to pediatric evaluation and
intervention strategies. Course addresses controversial issues related to spasticity, handling and early gait training, as well as cognitive and
perceptual issues related to praxis.
OTs, PTs and Assistants  14 hours/1.4 CEUs
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Handling Intensive to Improve Core Stability toward Functional Outcomes
Dates = February 26-27, 2016
location = Baltimore, MD
description = Learn to develop core strength and postural control as the foundation for function of the head, neck and limbs. Emphasis will be
placed on common therapeutic strategies used in handling clients of a variety of sizes towards gaining core stability towards functional
outcomes/goals. This workshop is practical in nature with lots of moving one another in lab.
OTs, PTs and Assistants  15 hours/1.5 CEUs
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Introduction to Pediatric Vestibular Rehabilitation
Dates = online; full access for 90 days from date of registration
location = online
description = description = This interactive, video-based course provides training for advanced practice.  Included is an overview of
evidence based practice addressing vestibular related impairments in children.  Material is organized in three units:  1) Anatomy and
Physiology of the Vestibular System:  basis for evaluation and intervention in children, 2) Evaluation of Vestibular Function in Children, and
3) Intervention for Impairments Related to Vestibular Dysfunction in Children.  Additional resources for vestibular rehabilitation materials, to
include references within juried, peer reviewed journals, are provided.  Approved for CEUs in CA, FL, GA and TX.

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Evaluation and Treatment of Balance Impairments for Children
Dates = online; full access for 90 days from date of registration
location = online
description = This interactive video based course provides an overview of evidence based practice addressing balance impairments in
children. Numerous video demonstrations, handouts and a complete reference list are provided.  The purpose of this course is to present
current evidence on evaluation and treatment of balance impairments in children using a systems approach.  The course includes 3 units:
1) review of systems approach and the systems involved in postural control and balance, 2) examination and evaluation of balance and 3)
intervention targeted on system impairments.  Material is presented in an interactive, dynamic format that enables the learner to progress,
self-paced through the material. APPROXIMATELY 5 HOURS are needed to complete all units and testing. Approved for CEUs in FL,GA,
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Walking in My Shoes: Evidence-Based Interventions for Kids
Dates = March 10, 11, 12 - 2016
location = Indiana: March 10th - Evansville; March 11th - Carmel; March 12th- Plymouth
description = Assisting infants and children with functional movement, you know first hand the crucial role autonomous mobility has on their
ability to participate with peers. Our recognition of this has led to APTA to adopt the ICFs focus on the components of 'health' not 'disability
impairment' as the standard of practice. As the world moves toward an inclusive society, are you utilizing scientific practices in the examination,
evaluation, and treatment of the children with whom you work?

Find out how you can improve your care with children with this one-day course. Skillfully explore the science of pediatric rehabilitation through
the presentation of the ICF as a framework for pediatric physical therapy practice. Review the components of typical and atypical gait. Evaluate
the most reliable and evidence-based tools to examine and assess skill levels and progress for children with mobility limitations. Develop
evidence-based interventions. Return to your practice with the proper tools to support your intuition-based practice with science, resulting in
more functional and measurable outcomes.  Who should Attend: PT, PTA, Clinic Director

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