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Are you interested in working with special populations such as seniors, head injury victims and stroke patients?
Are you interested in preparing to join rehabilitation teams to assess movement problems in special populations?
Are you interested in how we learn and perform motor skills, and how the brain and nervous system controls human movement?
If you answered 'YES' to any of the above questions, then consider joining the Neurobehavioural Assessment Option.
What is the Neurobehavioural Assessment (NBA) Option?
This limited enrolment co-op program is designed to prepare graduates who can evaluate the physiological, biomedical and neuropsychological bases of aquired or developmental motor impairments.
Skill Development Through the NBA Option
Opportunities for Students
Examples of how areas studied are involved in human movement:
Interested in the NBA Option?
Contact Dr. Eric Roy at (519) 888-4567 ext. 33536