Category Archives: NICU

Neonatal OT Looking For Advice – Happy International Neonatal Therapy Week


Initiated 4 years ago by NANT, this week honors the world’s occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs) and speech language pathologists (SLPs) who have chosen to focus their efforts and talents on supporting infants and families in the NICU. To … Continue reading

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Happy International Neonatal Therapy Week – Challenge Question


Initiated 4 years ago by NANT, this week honors the world’s occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs) and speech language pathologists (SLPs) who have chosen to focus their efforts and talents on supporting infants and families in the NICU. To … Continue reading

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Celebrating Neonatal Therapists


We would like to join NANT;  The National Association of Neonatal Therapists, in wishing all Neonatal Therapists: Happy International Neonatal Therapy Week (INTW). Initiated 4 years ago by NANT, this week honors the world’s occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs) … Continue reading

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NEW Courses added in Texas


Let Us Help You Grow Professionally! EDUCATION RESOURCES is committed to ensuring class participants learn effective techniques and critical problem solving skills that can be immediately applied to the work setting. Education Resources provides continuing education that can truly make … Continue reading

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NEW NICU course for Neonatal Therapists with Distinguished Faculty Member Roberta Pineda


We are extremely thrilled to welcome Roberta Pineda as a new member to our Faculty. “Bobbi”  is a renowned clinician and research scientist and dynamic speaker with an interest in developing interventions that can optimize neurodevelopmental outcomes in high risk … Continue reading

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Questions from a Neonatal Therapist – Please offer your thoughts


We received these questions from a neonatal therapist, who is looking for your thoughts and advice: I am looking for a more detailed assessment that I can use with our 35-36 week preterms which I screen for development and feeding. … Continue reading

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Seeking Your Input As We Revise Our Advanced Course for Neonatal Therapists


We are seeking your advice and input on revising our current course addressing advanced clinical practice for NICU therapists.  While the course is constantly updated by our distinguished faculty member, Beth McManus, to reflect current evidence based practice, Beth is … Continue reading

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Pediatric Rehab Therapy Service and Unmet Needs


Recent research led by our distinguished faculty member Dr. Beth McManus, PT was recently published in Physical Therapy Journal    “Which Children Are Not Getting Their Needs for Therapy or Mobility Aids Met? Data From the 2009–2010 National Survey of Children With … Continue reading

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Announcing NEW Professional Partnership for NICU Education


The National Association of Neonatal Therapists (NANT) located in Cincinnati, Ohio and Education Resources, Inc. (ERI) headquartered in Medfield, Massachusetts announce a partnership to strengthen the quality and accessibility of continuing education for neonatal therapists. Neonatal occupational therapists, physical therapists … Continue reading

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NEW NICU Course for PT’s OT’s and SLP’s


We are thrilled to add this new course for 2015: NICU: Challenges, Pitfalls and Practical Tips for Successful Developmental Intervention This beginner- intermediate course will focus on creating change in the NICU in developmental care for the bedside clinician. Content will focus … Continue reading

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