NANT Introduces The Highly Successful NICU Program for Neonatal Therapists

The Highly Successful NICU Program from the National Association of Neonatal Therapists is the latest training breakthrough to burst on the scene.

Online PR News – 28-July-2014 – Cincinnati, Ohio, July 28, 2014 – The National Association of Neonatal Therapists (NANT) announced today that it is providing neonatal therapists access to a specialized program for increasing expertise, quality of care, confidence, clarity and efficiency.

Created as both a time saver and a powerful method for taking on the new healthcare challenges, The Highly Successful NICU Program is a systematic approach for neonatal therapists to become an indispensable part of a successful NICU.

"The neonatal therapist already brings a unique skill set that facilitates positive neurodevelopmental outcomes while fostering infant-parent bonding. This program helps neonatal therapists integrate those specialized skills into the everyday fabric of the NICU to raise the level of overall care provided. This integration benefits the entire NICU team, and most importantly, the patients," NANT President Sue Ludwig explains.

This material is unprecedented in its neonatal-therapy-specific scope its method of presentation and its quality.

"This material is unprecedented in its neonatal-therapy-specific scope, its method of presentation, and its quality."

The Highly Successful NICU Program includes a set of eight DVDs entitled The High Level Mastery Pack, which includes content-rich sessions from the 2014 NANT Conference.

Also included in the program is The Essential Toolkit for the Integrated Neonatal Therapist, which provides cutting edge resources for building not only a more robust practice, but also improving credibility, perception and value added tools that enhance the NICU experience.

Components of this Toolkit include Integrated Neonatal Therapist Background and Definition, Integrated Neonatal Therapy Checklist, Integrated Neonatal Therapy video, transcript and Power Point handout, as well as a Multidisciplinary Survey: Perception of Therapy Involvement in the NICU and a Staffing Needs Assessment for Neonatal Therapy.

"Looking within to increase the quality of your own practice, experience and knowledge results in positive outcomes for the entire NICU team," said Ludwig, "and that’s what this program is all about."

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The National Association of Neonatal Therapists (NANT) is an organization created specifically for neonatal occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists. NANT provides multiple ways for neonatal therapists to connect, learn, mentor and inspire while advancing this focused field of therapy on a national level.

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