Pediatric Physical Therapy: Beyond the Read – START-Play Physical Therapy Intervention Indirectly Impacts Cognition Through Changes in Early Motor-Based Problem-Solving Skills
Course Authors: Mercedes Aguirre Valenzuela, PT, DPT; Martha Henao Bloyer, PT, DPT; Monica Krogmann, PT, MA, DPT; Jay Grissom, PT, DPT, Kelli Reyes, DPT; Cornelia Lieb-Lundell, PT, DPT; Jen Brilmyer, PT, DPT, DHSc; Tanya Liu, PT, DPT, PhD
Article: START-Play Physical Therapy Intervention Indirectly Impacts Cognition Through
Changes in Early Motor-Based Problem-Solving Skills: Natalie A. Koziol, Kari S. Kretch, Regina T. Harbourne, Michele A. Lobo, Sarah W. McCoy, Rebecca Molinini, Lin-Ya Hsu, Iryna Babik, Andrea Baraldi Cunha, Sandra L. Willett, James A. Bovaird and Stacey C Dusing
Participants will be able to:
- Assess differences in outcomes between Usual Care Early Intervention (UC-EI) and the START-Play intervention plus UC-EI.
- Discuss the potential influence of physical therapy intervention on cognitive development
- Explain the cognitive impacts and proposed mechanisms of change due to the START-Play intervention.
- Identify potential long and short-term effects of the START-Play physical therapy intervention.
Completion Instructions: Read the article, complete the assessment with at least a 70% score, download and save certificate
Course Code: BTR-July 2023
Course Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Online
E-Learning Course 0.1 CEUs (1 Contact Hours/CCUs)
Cancellation Policy: If you must cancel your registration, you may do so prior to taking any part of the course by emailing email@example.com (minus a $15 processing fee).
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