The Test of Infant Motor Performance-from Research To Practice
Maureen Connors Lenke
Speaker: Maureen Connors Lenke OTR/L
Topic: The Test of Infant Motor Performance-from Research To Practice
Course Description: The purpose of this presentation is to provide the intermediate to advanced level therapist an understanding of the validity, reliability and clinical application of the Test of Infant Motor Performance (TIMP). By the completion of the presentation, the learner will understand the construct of the assessment and be familiar with the administration, scoring, and clinical use of the TIMP for the treatment and follow-up of high-risk infants. The TIMP is an excellent tool for supporting evidenced based practice in the treatment of young infants. An overview of the TIMP is given. Theory and research on reliability and validity of the test is shared. Item administration and scoring is enhanced by use of video clips of infant testing. Information is presented on the use of the TIMP to diagnose delayed motor performance and in planning and assessing outcomes of intervention. Case studies are presented to further demonstrate the use of the TIMP in evidence-based practice.
0-10 min Introduction, purpose of the TIMP and TIMP constructs
10-20 min Observed Items and Elicited Items on the TIMP
20-30 min Test format with examples
30-35 min Identification of Delayed Development
35-40 min Diagnosis, scoring and percentiles, ecologic relevance and parent education
40-45 min Clinical trial and summary of research
45-50 min TIMP Screening tool; Aids to learning the TIMP
50-64 min Summary/ Questions & Answer (audio only)
Maureen Lenke Disclosures: Financial – Co owner of Infant Motor Performance Scales, LLC, the exclusive publisher of the TIMP and the TIMPSI.
Non-Financial – No relevant non-financial relationship exists.
Course Content Disclosure: This presentation will focus exclusively on The Test of Infant Motor Performance and will not include information on other similar or related infant motor scales.
Target Audience: NANT Members (OT, SLP, PT, RN, MD, and Neonatal professionals)
- Describe the theoretical background and research on reliability and validity of the TIMP derived from studies of more than 990 infants.
- Describe appropriate uses of the TIMP in clinical practice and research.
- Demonstrate basic skills in correct administration and scoring of the TIMP to enhance evidence based practice in the NICU, NICU follow up clinics, and early intervention.
Instructional Method: Self-study online webinar followed by a learning assessment. Handouts provided.
Course Completion Requirements: The learner must view the entire webinar and complete the post webinar learning assessment with at least 80% to receive education credit. Login and logout times will be recorded and documented.
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ASHA CEUs: This course is available for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area) Learners must complete the entire course in order to receive ASHA CEUs. No partial credit awarded.
OT CEUs: This course is offered for 0.1 CEUs. (Intermediate level. Category 1: Domain of OT, performance skills and patterns)
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