Utilizing Primitive Reflexes with Vagus Nerve Activation to Effect Communication and Behavioral Outcomes
This is a 180 minute presentation (3.0 Units) workshop designed to increase the participants’ awareness, knowledge base and clinical applications about how activating Vagus Nerve and Utilizing Primitive Reflexes can impact verbal and nonverbal communication and behavior performances. This information allows the participant to gain skills useful in assessing current client performance relative to their area of treatment, identify the area/s of neurological weakness, devise a clinical and home treatment plan with effective goals unique to each client, and make predictions for outcomes/ prognosis. The participant will garner a bank of treatment goals, forms and methods within their scope of expertise. It is at an intermediate to advanced level of neurological information with hands-on applications. Dr. Rosenthal’s interactive teaching methods allow the professional with intermediate neurological understanding to grasp and utilize the course applications in their respective clinical settings.
- This program has been approved for 3 clock hours of continuing education credit by the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA). TSHA approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures – Available until August 27, 2019
- This program has been approved by TOTA for 3 Continuing Education Hours ***PENDING RE-APPROVAL***
Utilizing Primitive Reflexes w/ Vagus Nerve Activation to Effect Comm & Behavioral Outcomes
Rosenthal Primitive Reflexes and Vagus nerve PP slides PART ONE Rosenthal Primitive Reflexes and Vagus nerve PP slides PART TWO