Infant Development: Alignment, Core, and Motor (IDACM) – 101
Infant Development: Alignment, Core, and Motor (IDACM) – 101: Typical Assessment at 1, 2, 3, and 4 Months of Age
This online course is meant to help early intervention specialists gain a deeper understanding of typical motor development at 1, 2, 3, and 4 months of age. In each age, you will see an infant examined in 5 different positions. In each position, we will highlight the typical expectations for baby in relation to specific areas of the body: head, trunk, upper extremities, and lower extremities. The importance of placing baby in each position and the goals of development in that position will also be explained. Additionally, the self-paced course will give you information to help guide you through your sessions, questions to ask, and tips on how to get the caregiver involved.
- Learn typical motor development at 1, 2, 3, and 4 months of age
- Recognize how to assess baby’s motor development in 5 positions
- Understand the contributions of head, trunk, pelvis alignment, and core control (upper extremities and lower extremities)
- Discover tips to help you complete your early intervention assessment
- Learn general warning signs of atypical development
This self-paced online course is best for early intervention professionals who regularly treat infants. It is a great professional development resource for those who work in early childhood intervention and other early intervention services.
Please note that while this online course is self-paced, access to this course will expire 30 days after purchase. Email email@example.com with questions or concerns.
Check out what others are saying about the course:
Hugely added to my knowledge base. Content was structured well.
It is very detailed. The videos are a great visual and allow the participant to really understand the movements and what is being targeted during the modules.
The presentation style and the positioning of different stages beside each other to compare and contrast. Also like the use of a real baby vs doll/pictures to illustrate what was happening.
I really like this course. As a functional therapist for children, to a large extent, I can see the details of the development of typical children from more angles. Thank you!
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