Treating the Birth to Three Client Who Presents with Hypotonia
Child #1 has a diagnosis of Down Syndrome. Although children who have this diagnosis often have low tone, they frequently are quite successful at moving. What they struggle with is sustaining antigravity activation and alignment.
Child #2 has a diagnosis of cerebral palsy-fluctuating tone. These children often times are very low tone throughout their first year of life. As they begin to move, they use large amplitude “bursts” of motor activation to overcome the pull of gravity.
Child #3 has a diagnosis of idiopathic congenital hypotonia of unknown etiology. She
Child #4 has a diagnosis of mild hypotonia. He is mobile in a variety of positions but is
1.5 contact hours. Certificates will be awarded.
Recognized by the NY State Education Department’s State Board for Physical Therapy as an approved provider of physical therapy and physical therapy assistant continuing education. Approved for .15 CEUs.
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PLEASE NOTE: Certificates of completion will only be issued upon completion and return of post-test to TSI.