NDTA

NDTA™ Information

NDTA Inc. is a non-profit organization that strives to promote the unique qualities of the Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) approach by:
• Providing specialized clinical training to health care professionals
• Supporting Clinical Research
• Supporting clients and families with education, resources and information.

NDTA 2018 Conference:Learning from the Past, Predicting the Future

May 18-20, 2018. Preconference: May 17
Sheraton Salt Lake City, Utah

MOVING & DOING – FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES OF NDT: AN NDT RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL (PEDS)Dr. Kate Bain, OT, C/NDT / Director, Paediatric Therapy & Workshops, Australia
Could research now validate what we have learned to do as NDT practitioners? Explore what we have learned from the past. Uncover evidence that supports NDT intervention in predicting and achieving change sought by our clients to participate more fully in their lives. Discover how to design NDT research protocols for the diversity that comprises our daily work—diversity in classification and severity, in goals, in life circumstances, and in NDT treatment strategies.
 

Download the following brochures for more information about the NDTA and courses:

NDTA Education Brochure.pdf

NDTA 2013 Certification Brochure.pdf

The NDTA has a number of resources that are available only to members, such an NDT research articles resource. Membership is $40 USD for non-US healthcare professionals. Their application form can be downloaded using the following link:

http://www.ndta.org/downloads/NDTA_Membership_Application.pdf

Therapists wishing to become NDT certified should visit the following site for more information:

http://www.ndta.org/ndt-certification.php

NDTA™ Conference information and reports

2018 NDTA Conference information is available at https://www.ndta.org/conferences/seminars.php?conference_id=7863

Mind Your Movement: Learning and Cognition in NDT
Conference Wrap-Up (2015)
By Judith Rhodes, PT, DPT, PCS, C/NDT, ATP

NDTA™ Research Collaborator Database

The NDTA™ has a searchable database of nearly 200 academicians and clinicians interested in collaborating on NDT-related research. This service is available to both NDTA™ members and non-members under the Research link

http://www.ndta.org/research-search.php