Participants will review the models of motor control and learning along with the supporting and contradictory evidence related to each model. Factors such as practice and feedback will be the focus of this course, and how therapists manipulate these factors to maximize motor learning and positive neuroplasticity/recovery. This course is directly related to the practice of physical therapy and is therefore appropriate for the PT and PTA.
This is a two-part series comprised of the following courses: #3538 and #3546.
Course created on November 19, 2019
Course Type: Recorded Webinar
CEUs/Hours Offered: AK/4.0; AL/4.0; AR/4.0; AZ/4.0; CA/4.0; CO/4.0; CT/4.0; DE/4.0; FL/4.0; GA/4.0; HI/4.0; IA/4.0; IACET/0.4; ID/4.0; IL/4.0; IN/4.0; KS/4.0; LA/4.0; MA/4.0; ME/4.0; MI/4.0; MO/4.0; MS/4.0; MT/4.0; NC/4.0; ND/4.0; NE/4.0; NH/4.0; NY/4.0; OH/4.0; OR/4.0; PA/4.0; RI/4.0; SC/4.0; SD/4.0; TN/4.0; TX/4.0; UT/4.0; VA/4.0; VT/4.0; WA/4.0; WI/4.0; WV/4.0; WY/4.0
- Participants will be able to outline at least one historical and one current motor control/motor learning theories/models.
- Participants will be able to identify at least two psychological or cognitive variables that impact motor learning, including autonomy support, attentional focus, and expectancies.
- Participants will be able to identify at least three differences of the motor learning approach to other past and current treatment approaches.
- Participants will be able to identify at least four principles necessary for effective motor learning in persons with neurological injury, with focus on how the manipulation of practice and feedback maximize positive neuroplastic change and recovery.
- Participants will be able to identify at least three evidence-based models which integrate principles of motor learning.
- Participants will be able to list at least five treatment strategies that incorporate practice and feedback in order to enhance motor learning and outcomes.
|0-30 Minutes||Definition and theories of motor control|
|30-45 Minutes||The connection between motor learning and neuroplasticity/recovery of function|
|45-60 Minutes||Comparing motor learning with other rehab approaches|
|60-85 Minutes||Identifying the key ingredients for motor learning, with a focus on practice and feedback|
|85-105 Minutes||Integration and application into patient cases|
|105-120 Minutes||Familiar Factors of Motor Learning|
|120-135 Minutes||Expanding the Definition of Motor Learning|
|135-165 Minutes||Motivational Effects on Performance and Learning|
|165-195 Minutes||Attentional Effects on Performance and Learning|
|195-205 Minutes||Integration into Practice Examples from Literature|
|205-225 Minutes||Integration into Practice Patient Case Examples, Summary, Q & A|
|225-240 Minutes||Summary, Q&A|
Jill Seale, PT, PhD, NCS
Jill has been a licensed physical therapist for 22 years. She received Board Certification in the area of Neurologic Physical Therapy from the American Physical Therapy Board of Clinical Specialties in 2004 and recertification in 2014. She has practiced almost exclusively in the field of Brain Injury and Stroke rehabilitation. She has a variety of teaching experiences, in physical therapy academia as well as in the health care community at large. She is currently faculty in the DPT program at South College. She has served as core faculty in a neurological physical therapy residency program, guest lectures at the Baylor College of Medicine Master of Orthotics and Prosthetics program, and teaches in several online and onsite continuing education programs. She has taught and presented in the areas of neurological pathology, rehabilitation, gait, orthotics, mentoring, and research, and is currently involved in clinical research in stroke rehabilitation, orthotic management, and gait analysis/rehabilitation
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