Three new announcements related to neonatal therapy certification that you won’t want to miss this month!
1) In celebration of International Neonatal Therapy Week (INTW) in September, the NTNCB is offering an incredible incentive! Apply for neonatal therapy certification by 9/23/18, and we will send you a flash drive loaded with more than 50 PDFs of journal articles to help focus your studies for the Neonatal Therapy National Certification Examination. This will save you time and energy during your preparation and put needed references at your fingertips. This incentive is back by popular demand, and last year many neonatal therapists indicated that it was a critical part of gaining confidence in their knowledge base to succeed with the Neonatal Therapy National Certification exam. “I read the articles that were provided. They really helped to trigger what areas I needed to focus on”.
2) The NTNCB is now a proud member of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) in support of our passion for excellence in our certification program. As a proud member of ICE, we stay informed on best practices in developing and administering the highest quality neonatal therapy certification program so that we can better serve you.
3) The NTNCB understands how important it is to ensure therapists working in the NICU have the knowledge and expertise to provide safe and effective care to high-risk infants. One of the top reasons CNTs indicate they got certified is to ensure they are up-to-date on current NICU practice. The NTNCB strives to provide needed resources to applicants, so they can feel confident that their practice is leading edge. One therapist, who aced the exam, was asked how she prepared. “I read all the articles supplied and engaged my peers in a journal club to discuss them”-Ruth Wilkerson-OTR, CLC, NTMC, CNT
Neonatal therapy certification identifies physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists who have demonstrated the time, knowledge, and commitment to serve high risk infants in the neonatal intensive care unit. Join other experts in neonatal therapy who have achieved the distinction of Certified Neonatal Therapist (CNT).
Visit www.ntncb.com to learn more.