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Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics  (NMT)     

The Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) was developed by Dr. Bruce Perry. NMT is a developmentally sensitive, neurobiologically informed approach to organizing a child's history and current functioning. NMT is not a therapeutic technique or intervention; it is an approach to assessing, articulating the primary problems and identifying interventions (educational, enrichment and therapeutic) that helps families, educators, therapists and related professionals best meet the needs of the child. 

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Using information about the child’s history of adversity, the child’s current relational support and development of 32 areas of the brain, the Brain Map provides a snapshot of the child’s current brain-based functioning, their relational health, and their cortical modulation ration (CMR). The CMR provides an approximation of the child’s developmental age.

The 4 areas of the brain scored are sensory integration, self-regulation, relational functioning, and cognition. This information, taken together provides real time information to parents, caregivers and professionals regarding caregiving, learning, social-emotional health. Most importantly, services are prescribed to fit the child’s needs.

Neurosequential Model of Caregiving

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