NEW VIDEO: Playful Intervention - Pediatric NDTA™ Contemporary Practice Model (20DLV102), INTRODUCTORY/INTERMEDIATE, PEDS. Presented by Dr Kate Bain.

Available until January 2025.

The Play Webinar will include approximately 1 1⁄2 hr lecture with 1 1⁄2 hr group experiences. The practical part of the session involves designing treatment strategies and scenarios in small groups, to meet specific children's goals through playfully addressing task related posture and movement behaviours.
Each part of the Webinar will be directed towards a change in our children’s ‘requested daily task performances’ by post test. These playful interactions will build on the initial strengths and interests of each child.


Moving & Doing-Functional Outcomes of NDT: An NDT Randomized Controlled Trial (18DLV102) PEDS

Presenter: Dr Kate Bain, OT, C/NDT
Dates: TBA


PART 1: What we have we learned from the past? As practising NDT therapists, our intervention is based on past learning i.e. “the integration of classic NDT tenets with current scientific findings and principles of neuroplasticity, motor control, motor development, and motor learning” (Bierman et al ’16 p 10).

PART 2: Towards validation. We predict functional outcomes from participation requests and observations at pre-test and re-evaluate task performance at post-test.

PART 3: How could we scientifically validate these clinical observations? Has our past learning enabled us to accurately predict the future, or in other words, how could we measure a change in task skill as requested by our clients? In-depth discussion of the RCT research protocol; data analysis and preliminary results.

PART 4: So what could the future hold? Including potential research protocols for clinical settings and NDT courses.


NEW VIDEO: A Moving Target…NDT/EBP?…Could Vicon Motion Capture Help? (21DLV103), PEDS. Presented by K. Bain and S. Davis.


NEW VIDEO: Measuring Success! Clinically Friendly Outcome Measures of Functional Change Following NDTA Contemporary Practice Model™ Intervention Part 1 (21DLV106). Presented by Kate Bain


Davis Bombria S. 2021 ICF Assessment & Treatment Presentation