Online February 6, 2014
Exploring the Core's Developmental Roots
Core is a popular topic among therapists, Pilates and yoga instructors, and exercise enthusiasts; however, it is often poorly defined. This course will provide a clear description of the core based on current research and discuss the neurophysiological rationale for evaluating core development and function in individuals with sensory processing difficulties. Core function will be explored from its developmental roots in the unfolding of the primary movement patterns (innate reflex development). Two key patterns (Moro and Tonic Labyrinthine) and their connections to core development and self-regulation will be discussed. All lectures will come to life through clinical videos of both assessment and treatment strategies.
The online format of this workshop will consist of live video feed of the presenters, shared power point and video. Participants will be able to ask questions or make comments verbally via microphone (if your computer allows) or typed into a chat feature.
Workshop Hours: **All times are in Central Standard Time**
Thursday, February 6th
12:00pm - 12:30pm Check-in
12:30pm - 8:30pm Workshop
8:30pm - 9:00pm Post-Test
AOTA: Vital Links is approved by The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) as a provider of continuing education. This workshop provides 6 contact hours or 0.6 AOTA CEUs. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.
AOTA Classifiction Code: Client Factors, Performance Skills, & Intervention
Sheila M. Frick, OTR/L
To download a workshop brochure, click here.
This is a LIVE online workshop that you attend at your computer during the scheduled time. You MUST be present for the entire workshop. It will NOT be available as a recording.
Class size is LIMITED. If the class reaches capacity, registration closes. Therefore, please register early to guarantee enrollment.
Vital Links will send you an email one week before the workshop with details on accessing the course, materials and any further instructions you may need.