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Benefits of NeuroNet Programs

NeuroNet comprises a suite of research-based learning readiness programs that provide structured, sequential exercises for perceptual-motor development which lays the foundation for automating reading, math, and handwriting skills. When basic reading, math, and handwriting skills are not automated, it places greater demands on a child’s attentional-resources, which may lead to poor academic performance, or behavior and emotional problems.

AOTA Approved CEUs

NeuroNet Learning is approved by the Continuing Education Department of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) to provide continuing education courses in speech-language pathology, audiology, and occupational therapy.

Integrated Rhythms Nanodegree ($399) Register now

The Integrated Rhythms Nanodegree comprises three distinct software programs which can be used to help learners who struggle with language processing, balance, or motor skills. Program exercises require children to move, listen and organize speech patterns at the same time. Movements are rhythmic and include both translational and rotational patterns.

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Your course registration fee includes:

  • Three NeuroNet Software Programs (Program 0, Program 1, and Program 2) w/ one year license
  • Course Handout
  • iPad Assessment Access
  • Printable PDFs of Listen, Talk and Write Handwriting Pages
  • Downloadable, full color e-books to share with parents

Learning Outcomes

1. Implement NeuroNet Programs to develop rhythmic integration of standing balance, hand movement, foot movement, auditory entrainment, and speech.

2. Use NeuroNet programs as a tool for automating basic academic skills such as reading decoding, language of math, and handwriting.

3. Identify and explain to clients how the auditory and vestibular systems play key functional roles in the vestibular-motor representation of visual-motor space and in the vocal-verbal motor representation of auditory information.

4. Describe how the calibration of vestibular space and the calibration of mathematical space are complementary areas of brain function; and how the accurate calibration of vestibular space can improve the speed and accuracy of math computation and visualization.

5. Demonstrate key NeuroNet movement exercises that integrate balance, movement, listening and speaking as well as key written exercises that integrate auditory memory, speech, and handwriting.

AOTA Course Classification Information

Integrated Rhythms
Instructional/Educational Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Content Focus: Category 1: Category 1 - Domain of Occupational Therapy: Client Factors and Performance Skills, Category 2 - Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation and Intervention

Duration: 6.7 Contact Hours

Certification (Optional): 5 Contact Hours

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Early Learning Nanodegree ($399) Register now

The Early Learning suite of software programs is designed to help children ages 3 to 6 develop learning readiness by reaching developmental milestones in hearing, balance, and communication. These programs may also be appropriate for older children who have developmental delays. 

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Your course registration fee includes:

  • Two NeuroNet Software Programs (PreK, and Program 0) w/ one year license
  • Course Handout
  • iPad Assessment Access
  • Printable PDFs of Listen, Talk and Write Handwriting Pages
  • Downloadable, full color e-books to share with parents

Learning Outcomes

1. The participant will list the basic developmental auditory-motor milestones for children birth to 4 and demonstrate games for developing these skills.

2. The participant will demonstrate basic NeuroNet movement exercises addressing vestibular information processing (rhythm, movement and timing) for children ages 3-5.

3. The participant will demonstrate basic Listen, Talk and Write exercises integrating rhythmic speech, air writing, and copying and drawing of geometric forms for children 3-5. The participant will explain the importance of integrating rhythmic hand movement and rhythmic speech.

4. The participant will explain how the neuroscience research can help us understand and improve a patient’s attention by increasing neural synchrony for balance, listening, speaking and rhythmic movement.

5. The participant will demonstrate auditory motor word memory exercises and explain how these exercises systematically move clients into measurable levels of auditory-motor speech automaticity for 2-syllable and then 3-syllable words.

AOTA Course Classification Information

Early Learning
Instructional/Educational Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Content Focus: Category 1: Category 1 - Domain of Occupational Therapy: Client Factors and Performance Skills, Category 2 - Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation and Intervention

Duration: 7.8 Contact Hours

Certification (Optional): 5 Contact Hours

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Course Registration

Register online or call 352-450-5625 to register by phone. Contact: info@neuronetlearning.com with questions. 

Online Course Logistics

Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email and an email that prompts you to create an account and access course content using NeuroNet's Learning Management System. 

About the Presenter

Nancy Rowe created the NeuroNet Programs to address learning disabilities through vestibular and auditory therapy procedures that develop temporal processing. She has presented at conferences and workshops in the US, Europe, and Central and South America. Ms. Rowe is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and the American Speech and Hearing Association.  She has an undergraduate degree in Speech Education from New York University, and a graduate degree in Speech and Hearing Science from Washington University in St. Louis. She maintains a private practice in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Additional Information

If you have any additional questions, please contact info@neuronetlearning.com. For information on our cancellation and return policy, click here.

Please review our disclosure of conflicts of interest.

All NeuroNet courses focus on NeuroNet Learning Programs and there will be limited or no information provided about similar products or services.

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The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.