NDTA is an inclusive, supportive community for occupational and physical therapists, speech - language pathologists, and other clinicians who are committed to incorporating NDT principles into their clinical practice.  The NDTA offers education at many levels to provide the entry level through advanced practitioner with dynamic, current learning opportunities to guide practitioners working with individuals with neuromuscular dysfunction. The NDTA supports the lifelong learner through its many educational offerings.  


The NDTA Annual Conferences offer dynamic learning structures, first-class faculty, and a distinct platform for networking with colleagues. Annual Conferences provide a great opportunity to meet NDTA instructors and leadership as well!



NDTA webinars offer a variety of educational opportunities in a safe, and virtual format. Webinars can be as little as an hour, or progress over several sessions to meet the needs of both pediatric and adult therapists. 



NDTA Seminars offer a unique educational opportunity in a 2 or 3 day format for either adult or pediatric therapists to become acquainted with NDT or to further enhance their NDT knowledge.


Certificate Courses

Certificate Courses offer in-depth educational and training opportunities for adult and pediatric therapists to become NDT Certified. For your convenience, the courses are offered in a variety of different schedule formats.


Advanced Courses

Advanced Courses are designed to further focus on the evaluation and treatment techniques learned in the basic certificate courses. 


Distance Learning

Experience NDT education, no matter where you live. With online learning through articles and videos you can further your current NDT skills - or explore a new area of interest - with flexibility and convenience.



NDTA™ Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association 

1818 Parmenter St, Ste 300
Middleton, WI 53562

Email: info@ndta.org

Phone: 608-581-5689   Toll Free: 800-869-9295



NDTA is committed to making our products and services accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. If you need an accommodation or have a request for assistance, please contact us at info@ndta.org