Demonstrate understanding of neuroplasticity applied to patients with neurological impairment at any age.
Demonstrate understanding of various motor control theories and select valid concepts toward developing an effective plan of care for the patient with neurological impairment.
Identify sensorimotor impairments and effective therapeutic interventions based on video case studies.
Develop programs that enhance movement therapy strategies including task-specific training, activity based strengthening, and the benefits of neuromuscular reeducation across the life span with consideration of unique diagnostic and patient characteristics.
Identify unique characteristics within specific diagnostic groups that require special attention for developing motor learning.
Identify the secondary effects of abnormalities of tone and posture.
Perform outcome tests and measures that are reliable in assessing the level of recovery for the patient with neurological impairment at any age.
Identify important documentation elements toward insuring funding for necessary therapy intervention.
Discuss current healthcare legislation and the impact on family centered care.
Identify key evaluation and treatment techniques to enhance lasting function in a value-based accountability system.