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Brain Rules for Pediatric Treatment: Neuroscience Meets Evidence-Based Practice



Going Beyond Vague Diagnosis for Developmental Delays/Behavior Disorders…
Recent changes in our medical society have produced an influx of children for rehab referrals with a vague diagnosis of developmental delays or behavior disorders. A large percentage of these children are later identified as ADHD, SPD, Bipolar, or PDD. Until recently, scientists believed all of these disorders were genetically based. However, recent advances in neuroscience have increased our knowledge of how and why the environment can synthesize body/brain actions and reactions into childhood disorders that lack a genetic basis for existence. Brain-based therapeutic interventions with this model of change go beyond most educational paradigms.

This information-packed recording examines the bio-psychological and neurological reasoning behind environmental induced disorders. Through explicit techniques and research of multiple neuroscientists such as Dr. John Medina and Dr. Daniel Amen, new programming has been established to foster regenerative neuro-pathways at any age. The cutting-edge scientific utilization of neurogenesis and neuroplasticity for therapeutic intervention can facilitate excellent outcomes for multiple diagnostic groups. This recording will embrace "Seven Brain Rules" to accomplish regeneration of the brain. In addition, a holistic approach will be utilized to foster a unique and enriched learning environment for children who display symptoms or demonstrate at risk behaviors. Most importantly, you'll learn strategies for reversing the childhood damage produced by neglect, malnutrition, lack of environmental exposure, and sheer lack of education regarding child development.


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Product Details
Average Rating:
   3.8
Faculty:
Charlene Young
Duration:
5 Hours 47 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Copyright:
18 Aug, 2017
Product Code:
POS020022
Media Type:
Digital Seminar
Access:
Never expires.

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OTR/L, CEAS,


CHARLENE YOUNG, OTR/L, CEAS, has specialized in pediatric disorders, program development, and rehabilitation management for more than 20 years. An active leader in the occupational therapy profession, she has served as President and Eastern Kentucky Director of the Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association (KOTA), where she provided legislative advocacy at the state and national level in efforts to increase support for developmental medicine. Currently, she is the CEO of a non-profit foundation that works to decrease developmental delays by improving educational materials. In addition, she owns Functional Abilities, LLC, which provides consultations worldwide, educational publications, and both private and public instructional seminars.

She is well recognized in the United States for her expertise in child development, sensory processing disorder, autism, ADHD, bipolar, and dementia. Her extensive list of honors includes being selected as the recipient of the "Best Practice" status for school-based therapy by Advance Magazine.

Speaker Disclosures:
Financial - Receives a speaking honorarium from Vyne, LLC.
Nonfinancial - No relevant nonfinacial relationship exists.


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Access for Self-Study (Non-Interactive) Access never expires for this product.

Objectives

  1. Differentiate the five different components critical to understanding brain development, and describe how they relate to clinical intervention selection
  2. Compare brain-based therapeutic approaches for treating SPD, Trauma Based Bipolar, and ADHD that can improve functional outcomes in clients
  3. Articulate the clinical implications of chronic stress on the Central Nervous System of infants and children
  4. Determine how attachment patterns affect a child's temperament regulation, and how this informs clinical intervention selection
  5. Determine the impact that diet and movement patterns may have on brain waves and how it may change neurochemistry
  6. Breakdown the "Seven Brain Rules" for successful child development as it relates to clincial treatment
  7. Assess self-regulation and executive functioning clinical interventions that can synchronize the "out of sync" child

Outline

DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY: UNDERSTANDING BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

  •  Prefrontal cortex: the CEO
  • Cerebellum: the little brain
  • Temporal lobe: perception and memory
  • Anterior Cingulated Gyrus: the gear shifter
  • Occipital Lobe: the Primary System

DEVELOPMENTAL ENVIRONMENT: UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES

  • Attachment issues (emotional development)
  • Containerized infants
  • Feeding issues
  • Sensory development (vision holds the trump card)
  • Neurogenesis from birth to three
  • The importance of positioning
  • Re-visit the developmental milestones​

DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY AND BEHAVIOR DISORDERS: A DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL VS. GENETIC-BASED DISORDERS

  • Explore the Amen Checklist of behavior
  • Determine which lobe of the brain is implicated
  • Determine the order of the disorder (Anxiety + Sensory Processing = Bipolar)
  • Examine temperament deregulation
  • Understanding the six types of ADHD
  • Sensory Processing Disorder vs. biological issues

CHANGING OUR VIEW OF HOW THE NERVOUS SYSTEM FUNCTIONS: A SYSTEMS APPROACH FOR TREATMENT

  • Level one: primary sensory systems (2 months)
  • Level two: perceptual-motor foundations (6 months to l year)
  • Level three: perceptual-motor skills (3 years)
  • Level four: academic readiness (4-6 years)

THE “SEVEN BRAIN RULES” FOR  SUCCESSFUL CHILD DEVELOPMENT

  1. Exploration
  2. Vision
  3. The Individualized Brain
  4. Gender
  5. Movement
  6. Sensory Integration
  7. Neuronutrition

SYNCHRONIZING THE OUT OF SYNC CHILD: SELF-REGULATION  AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING

  • The importance of core stability
  • Individualized movement patterns
  • The individualized diet for maximum brain/body function
  • Hemisphere laterality
  • Synchronizing sensory input for maximum benefit u Brain/body healing

CASE STUDIES

Target Audience

  • Occupational Therapists
  • Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants
  • Speech-Language Pathologists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Physical Therapist Assistants
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologists
  • School Psychologists
  • Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners
  • Mental Health Nurses
  • Pediatric Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Case Managers
  • School Counselors
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Early Childhood Educators

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