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PT Motor Learning

PT Motor Learning - Practice Context

Whole Learning Practicing a behavior or task in its entirety. Simple and discrete motor tasks, such as rolling over in bed, sit to stand, or scratching ones head.
Pure-Part Learning Complex activities where the component parts are discrete motor programs in and of themselves. (tennis serve)
Progressive/Sequential-Part Learning Intermediate skills & serial tasks that require many stops that must be performed in a specific sequence in order to be considered successful (many steps)
Whole to Part to Whole Learning Used the most. An individual is first asked to perform the whole task; the clinician then breaks down the task into separate components and reconstitutes the entire program. (impairment training)
Neuroplasticity the brain's ability to adapt & use cellular adaptations to tlearn or relearn functions previously lost due to cellular death or trauma or disease at any age.
Created by: jklincoln