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IM Pro Clinical Certification Coaching
Course 2 of 2
Presented by: Sherrie Hardy
Slide 1
Agenda
 Evaluate your Long-Form
Assessment (LFA)
 Learn how to set up a training
plan
 Learn when to modify the
training
 Discuss how your clients plans
will differ
 Start thinking about who your
first client to train will be
 HOMEWORK!
 Complete 4-day training plan sent
to you in e-mail
Slide 2
Evaluating your LFA
• Look at the difference between task 1 & 14
• Most will be higher on 14
• Higher scores indicate that you should start with fewer
reps
When to adjust the training
• Be able to keep your
score under 100 ms
before increasing reps
 Example: If you have a
250 ms on both hands,
set their program for 50
to 100 reps and keep it
there until their scores
are below 100 ms.
 Tip: Demo hand over
hand to parent or
caregiver to help them
When to adjust the training
• Gradually increase the
reps as you are able to
maintain scores
consistently under 100 ms
• As the scores drop lower
add longer reps to EACH
TASK
• When able to do tasks
with longer reps (starting
with the 500 reps tasks)
make sure they can
maintain their scores in
the average to above
average range
When to adjust the training
• An off session or two
can be expected at
some point in the
training
• Don’t change plan just
yet
• Some clients have a
few poor scores right
before they make a big
gain in their timing
• If lack of progress
persists, it is time to
reassess
When to adjust the training
• If your client didn’t
do very well on the
LFA but soars on
session 1- move
them ahead &
CHALLENGE
THEM
How to adjust the training
**Program Features located on page
10 in your self-study manual
Slide 8
Who Is A Candidate for IM?
 Standardized
assessment
 Functional
assessment
Slide 9
Key Diagnoses
 Developmental
Delay/Disorders
 Learning Disability
 Dyslexia
 Nonverbal Learning
Disorder
 Apraxia
 ADD/ADHD
 Auditory/Language
Processing Disorders
Slide 10
 Autism/PDD
 Sensory Processing
Disorders
 Cerebral Palsy
 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
 Stroke/Brain Injury
 Parkinson’s
Post Concussion
 MS
 Limb Amputation
 And more…
Candidates for IM
COGNITIVE DEFICITS
 self-initiation
 attention
 perseveration
 cognitive stamina
 planning & organization
 sequencing
 time-management
 memory
 reasoning & abstract thinking
 cognitive speed for everyday decision-making
Slide 11
Candidates for IM
BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS
 impulse control
 hyperactivity
 disinhibition
 aggression
 social skills
 affect
Slide 12
Candidates for IM
SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDERS
 sensory over-responsivity
 sensory under-responsivity
 sensory-seeking behavior
 sensory discrimination
 sensory-based motor skills
 praxis
 posture
Slide 13
Candidates for IM
SPEECH & LANGUAGE
DISORDERS
 auditory processing
 naming & verbal
expression
 thought organization
 reading comprehension &
fluency
 spelling & written
expression
 pragmatic language
 speech intelligibility,
prosody, & fluency
Slide 14
Candidates for IM
MOTOR DEFICITS
 balance/falls
 gait
 fine-motor control
(handwriting, dressing)
 motor planning & sequencing
 hemiplegia
 limb amputation
 coordination
 posture
 ataxia
 lower motor neuron injuries
 shoulder, arm, hand ortho/neuro
 functional mobility
Slide 15
HOMEWORK
 Complete Provider Warm-Up Program
Slide 16
Recap
 Evaluate your Long-Form
Assessment (LFA)
 Learn how to set up a training
plan
 Learn when to modify the
training
 Discuss how your clients plans
will differ
 Start thinking about who your
first client to train will be
Slide 17
 Complete 4 day Training Plan (or for
Super-achievers complete the 12dayTraining Plan)
 Don’t forget to turn in your IM-Home
Voucher and start the IM-Home
Certification Program
 Take Online Post-Test to get listed on
the IM Locator Board
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