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Degree type BACHELOR'S DEGREE
Duration 3 years
CFU 180
Class L/SNT2
Classe delle lauree in professioni sanitarie della riabilitazione (MEDICAL REHABILITATION PROFESSIONS )
Access Admission test
Available places EU Students: 15
Non-EU Students: 2 EU Students: 15
Non-EU Students: 2
Locations GENOVA
Language Italian
Teaching mode Frontale
Head of programme ELISA DE GRANDIS
Department DIPARTIMENTO DI NEUROSCIENZE, RIABILITAZIONE, OFTALMOLOGIA, GENETICA E SCIENZE MATERNO-INFANTILI
Taxes and fees From 0 to 3,000 a year. Find out if you qualify for grants ed exemptions
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The course in brief

Presentation

Training according to the Dublin Principles on distinctive skills in rehabilitation, prevention, and education for various childhood neuropsychiatric disorders, especially follow-up of preterm births; DSA, ADHD, autism spectrum deficits, with psychoeducational and neuropsychological interventions; cerebral palsy and complex disabilities, with multidisciplinary approach to individuals with special needs; complementary therapies (art, dance); advanced technologies with PC; family centered care; research.

Learning by doing

Internships in universities, Gaslini, ASL, and Ligurian centers for observation, multi-sectoral assessments, functional budgets, therapeutic methodologies and technologies; integrated treatment planning; interventions with families, teamwork.

Professional outlets

In hospital, ASL, contracted rehabilitation centers, residential and day care centers, educational and therapeutic communities, kindergartens and schools, self-employed, rehabilitation health professions worker in neuropsychomotricity.

What you will learn

bilanci funzionali

definizione degli obiettivi

valutazioni polisettoriali

individuazione dei punti di forza e debolezza del bambino

metodologie e tecnologie terapeutiche

per un intervento globale e differenziato

trattamenti integrati, lavoro in equipe

confronto con altri professionisti del settore

Family Centered Care

interventi con le famiglie

terapie complementari

arte, danzaterapia, laboratori

Contents

The first year provides the biological, biomedical and hygiene-preventive knowledge to consolidate the basic preparation (with inclusion of English, computer science and radiation protection) and the basics of neuropsychomotor sciences. These are essential prerequisites for tackling the first internship experience, aimed at orienting the student in the relevant professional fields and imparting initial skills.

The second year is focused on in-depth knowledge of the methodologies proper to the professional profile, including in the area of functional impairments related to the areas of intervention: child neuropsychiatry, psychology, neurology, orthopedics, radiology, pedagogy, etc.

The third year is aimed at specialized study and also the acquisition of knowledge and methodologies inherent in professional practice and the ability to work in teams - fundamental concepts of the human and behavioral sciences, ethics and professional ethics. The student learns elements of health care management and management, useful for professional development in work contexts and to experience gradual assumption of responsibility under expert supervision. Finally, he/she learns scientific research methodologies to support the development of the thesis.

Coordinator

Welcome to the graduate course in Developmental Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy.

Elisa De Grandis

Where we are

The location of the course is the U.O. of Child Neuropsychiatry of the Giannina Gaslini Institute, a pediatric center for scientific research and treatment.

FAQ

1) What work does a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotility Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) do?
The Developmental Age Neuro and Psychomotricity Therapist is the health professional who, possessing the qualifying university degree, carries out, in collaboration with the multiprofessional team of child neuropsychiatry and in collaboration with other disciplines in the pediatric area, interventions for the prevention, therapy and rehabilitation of child neuropsychiatric diseases, in the areas of neuro-psychomotricity, neuropsychology and developmental psychopathology. The professional profile of the Developmental Age Neuro and Psychomotricity Therapist is regulated by Ministerial Decree No. 56 of January 17, 1997.
 
2) What does a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) not do?
. The Developmental Age Neuro and Psychomotricity Therapist does not make medical diagnoses or prescribe medications.I particular anything that is not stipulated in Ministerial Decree No. 56 of January 17, 1997.
 
3) What kind of motivations do those who choose to graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) have?
The Developmental Age Neuro and Psychomotility Therapist has the opportunity to relate to developmental patients and plan an intervention that not only takes charge of the individual but also extends to the context. The work of the Developmental Age Neuro and Psychomotricity Therapist has as its goal the harmonious development of abilities in the developmental patient with developmental disorder, through the realization of conditions in which functions and abilities can appear and evolve despite basic difficulties.
 
4) Where can I get a job with a Bachelor's Degree in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE)?
The TNPEE graduate targets his or her interventions at developmental disorders that occur during childhood and adolescence, in the age range of 0 to 18 years. He or she can then find work in the Functional Units of Child Neuropsychiatry and Rehabilitation of hospital and territorial services, Neonatology departments, rehabilitation centers and private practices.
 
5) What types of users does a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) work with?
. The TNPEE graduate is the only Health Professional in the Rehabilitation Area who specializes in the developmental age, so he or she addresses his or her interventions to developmental disabilities that occur during childhood and adolescence, in the age range of 0-18 years. In particular, it deals with: 1) attention deficits, hyperactivity and impulsivity; 2) intellectual disabilities; 3) communication and language disorders; 4) interpersonal relationship and behavior disorders; 5) developmental disorders of motor coordination; 6) autism spectrum disorders; 7) neurological disorders; 8) neuromotor disorders (infantile cerebral palsies, dystrophies, obstetrical palsies etc.); 9) sensory disorders; 10) specific learning disorders; 11) global developmental delay (psychomotor retardation); 12) genetic syndromes.
 
6) In what public agencies can a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) work?
The Developmental Age Neuro and Psychomotricity Therapist finds its natural place in the Functional Units of Child Neuropsychiatry and Rehabilitation of hospital and territorial services or in the departments of Neonatology. It is also present in facilities affiliated with the National Health Service and in private practices and associations.
 
7) What outlets does a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) have in the private sector?
The TNPEE graduate can find employment in private facilities affiliated with the National Health System, service cooperatives, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and private prevention services. In addition, the current regulations allow freelance practice in individual or associated professional practices.
 
8) What advanced studies can a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) have access to?
. Once a graduate degree in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age has been obtained, it is possible to further one's education through first-level Master's degrees or to continue one's studies by attending the Master's Degree Course in Rehabilitation Sciences of the Health Professions, which aims to develop transversal skills in the areas of research, training, and management and which, once obtained, allows access to second-level Master's and PhD courses.
 
9) How many chances does a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy for the Developmental Age (TNPEE) have of finding a job?

TNPEE graduates have high chances of finding a job after graduation. From analyses in recent years, the percentage of graduates who found jobs within one year of graduation is consistently above 90%.
 
10) What career options does a graduate in Neuro and Psychomotor Therapy of the Developmental Age (TNPEE) have?
The career of the TNPEE graduate is developed through the acquisition of master's degrees, which increase the specific skills of the professional, but which to date do not sanction an advancement of status in terms of salary or role definition. One possibility for career development in a vertical sense is given by the role of Health Services Coordinator: in this case, civil service regulations require the acquisition of a Master's degree in Coordination and participation in a competition. Further possibility of career development in a vertical sense is the transition to Management roles, which require the acquisition of a Master's Degree.

 

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