NDTA™ Contemporary Practice Model Certificate Course in the Management of Children with Cerebral Palsy and Other Neuromuscular Disorders

A new option is now offered for the NDTA Pediatric Certificate Course: nine educational modules with a flexible schedule that can be taken either as a pathway to NDT Certification over a two-year period or independently for CE credits. The unique opportunity to participate in this pilot program is available to occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists. Eight modules will be held in both Houston and Chicago and one module is provided via distance learning. Therapists may register for and attend any number of modules in either or both cities, as best fits their schedule. Tuition payments will be made at the time of registration for each individual module.

Review the Course Requirements and Details: NDTA Pediatric Certificate Course

Review Course Brochure: Module Course Brochure

Applicant Requirements 
  1. Professional license in the state of residence
  2. Current malpractice insurance
  3. Minimum of one year’s post graduate experience and current practice treating children with cerebral palsy


Module 3: Neuroanatomy & Neurophysiology coming soon! (Distance Learning)

Module 1 - Foundation

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Module 2 - Development

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Module 4 - Classification of Neuromuscular Disorders

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Module 5: Handling Practicum I

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Module 6: OT Focus

View OT learning outcomes of the pediatric certificate course "Key to the Course Content"





NDTA™ Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association 

1540 S. Coast Highway, Ste 204
Laguna Beach, CA 92651 

Email: info@ndta.org

Phone: 800-869-9295



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