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Early Identification and Assessment of Sensory Motor Issues in Young Children (Instructed by: Mary Hallway)
January 27, 2024

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This webinar will focus on current trends in early identification and assessment of sensory-motor issues in young children birth to three. Active problem-solving and videotape analysis of case studies allow participants to identify atypical sensory and motor development through assessment. Through the clinical reasoning process, participants will be able to identify multi-system impairments that impact a young child’s acquisition of motor skill development, self-regulation and influence participation within daily

routines and play.



Upon completion of this webinar, the participants will be able to:

  • Cite literature related to research studies related to intensive therapy
  • Identify several Intensive models of treatment
  • Discuss a variety of venues in which intensives can take place
  • Describe a variety of pre/post outcome measures following the NDT Practice Model intervention-based Intensives
  • Follow a home intensive treatment program from initial contact to requested daily task goal outcomes


INSTRUCTOR: Mary Hallway OTR/L, SWC, C/NDT, NDTA Advanced OT Instructor


SCHEDULE:  January 27, 2024 | 11:00 AM - 5:15 PM EST

COST: NDTA Member: $150 / Member $190

CANCELLATION: Cancellations will be accepted up to 14 days prior to the start of the webinar, minus a $25 administration fee. There will be NO refunds after the 14-day deadline. In the event the activity is canceled by NDTA, participants will be notified, and arrangements made to reschedule the activity for a later date. Complimentary transfers to the rescheduled date or tuition refunds will be offered to participants.



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