August 1 and 2, 2022 | Online Live Webinar
Connecting the Dots© on Reflex Integration, Part 1
Learn how to do a comprehensive evaluation of the effect of reflexes and neurochemical development on a child's physical, social-emotional and academic challenges.
About this Course
MNRI™. Vojta Method. RMTI™. Bobath Method.
You’ve taken courses that teach reflex integration methods. You have a good grasp of at least one or two methods, if not more. You know the sensory systems and have heard that reflexes effect neurochemical development.
But no one ever taught you how to figure out which method to use for which child with which issues.
That’s one of the goals of our Reflex Integration course. You’ll come out with a comprehensive overview of six different reflex integration methods - and you’ll know which presenting issues each method is the most relevant to treat.
Connecting the Dots© on Reflex Integration, Sensory Integration and Neurochemical Development, Part 1 is a course jam-packed with information and practical takeaways. This interactive course gives you a practical real-life toolbox through a hands-on all-day lab, before and after videos demonstrating actual client progress, detailed handouts and more.
Clarity. Understanding. Direct applications.
If you ever felt puzzled about the best way to treat a young client with reflex integration issues, this is the course for you.
Due to interest and limited space, the second day laboratory is only open to licensed OTs, COTAs, PTs, PTAs and SLPs. Important: you must be able to be in the same physical space as at least one other participant in order to participate in the second day lab.
Connecting the Dots© on Reflex Integration, Part 1 is focused on evaluation and assessment. Part 2 is focused on treatment, and will be open only to those who have taken Part 1.
For those professionals taking only the first day, partial CEU credits will be available.
First Day/Both Days
Meet the Presenter
Amy and Evelyn Guttmann, OTR/L
Amy and Evelyn Guttmann, OTR/L, sister pediatric occupational therapists, have been treating families and children with over 40 years of experience between them.
Graduates of SUNY Health Science Center of New York, they currently run Hands on OT Rehab in Brooklyn, NY, a private practice focused on treating children with anxiety and processing delays, as well as a practice focused on training and educating therapists, pediatricians, educators, and parents. They have evaluated over 5,000 children and have been guest lecturers in some of the most prominent universities around the country.
Their specialty trainings include: Sensory Integration, NDT training, reflex integration, auditory processing specialization, and behavioral management. They are currently conducting research on sensory processing disorder and anxiety diagnosis.
Disclosure: Amy and Evelyn Guttmann receive a speaking fee for their presentation and are employees of Hands on OT Rehab. They have no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
Hands on Approaches, Inc. is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures.
Approved by AOTA for 1.1 CEUs.
1.1 ASHA CEUs
Recognized by NYSED State Board for PT as an approved provider of PT and PTA continuing education. Approved for 11 contact hours.
Approved for 11 CTLE contact hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Past Attendee Testimonials
I have taken many reflex integration courses before, but Connecting The Dots was the most practical and informative. The instructors have a wealth of knowledge and experience that is evident throughout the course. The instructors are great presenters; articulate and clear. They used their breaks, lunchtime, and post-class time to answer course and personal questions.