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Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association (NDTA)

The purpose of the Association is to promote the unique qualities of the Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) approach by:

  • Providing specialized clinical training to health care professionals
  • Supporting Clinical Research
  • Supporting client's and families with education, resources and information

    1540 S. Coast Hwy, #203
    Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    Phone: (800) 869-9295, X268
    Fax: (949) 376-3456


 International Bobath Instructors Training Association (IBITA) 

An international association for adult neurological rehabilitation


IBITA is the international organisation of Instructors, teaching the Bobath concept applied to the assessment and treatment of adults with hemiplegia and allied neurological conditions.

IBITA was formed in 1984 for the specific purposes of providing a forum for defining the continued interaction and education of its present instructors and the training of future instructors and for the formulation of the Byelaws and Rules & Regulations of the organisation with respect to the teaching of the Bobath Concept worldwide.

Today IBITA unites Instructors (Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists) worldwide, representing more than 250 members in 25 countries.

IBITA is an association according to Article 60 ff. of the Swiss Civil Law Book.

The association is seated in Sankt Gallen, Switzerland.

The office is located in The Netherlands.



 American Stroke Association

A division of the American Heart Association


Brain Injury Association of America

The mission of the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) is to advance brain injury prevention, research, treatment and education and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by brain injury.


Evidence Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation

Comprehensive and up-to-date review available examining both therapy-based and pharmacological interventions associated with stroke rehabilitation.


Evidence Based Review of Moderate to Severe Acquired Brain Injury

This is a project to develop an evidence-based review of the literature for rehabilitation or rehabilitation-related interventions for ABI. The principle of the ABIEBR is to improve the quality of ABI rehabilitation by synthesizing the current literature into a utilizable format and laying the foundation for effective knowledge transfer to improve programs and services.




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