Join faculty members Bethanne Mazurczak and Leslie Paparsenos for this dynamic three part LIVE webinar ASD: Improving Motor and Speech/Language Outcomes for Function
During this three-part webinar, participants will have the opportunity to learn multidisciplinary and discipline specific assessment and treatment strategies based on the NeuroDevelopmental Treatment – Contemporary Practice Model (NDT-CPM) for children with ASD. The faculty will review how to help the child with ASD progress in their motor skills for coordinated movement activities and speech and language development.
As the course progresses, faculty will highlight current research that supports the significant connection the cerebellum has to children with ASD, and how that information can help with problem solving and treatment strategies needed with this population.
ASD: Improving Motor and Speech/Language Outcomes for Function will be offered as a live webinar on April 11, 13 and 18. View details of this course to learn more and to register.