our mission

Physical TherapyThe mission of the Munroe- Meyer Institute (MMI) Physical Therapy Residency Program is to graduate advanced practitioners in the field of pediatric physical therapy. Practitioners who are equipped to:

  • Provide excellent clinical care across a wide array of pediatric settings, diagnoses and ages
  • Consider all aspects of best pediatric practice including community integration, cost-effectiveness, and evidenced-based principles of care
  • Incorporate family-centered and culturally competent service delivery as fostered through the “Leadership in Education for Neurodevelopmental Disabilities” (LEND) Program
  • Contribute to advancement of the profession through critical analyses of literature, development of a clinical case project, and clinical instruction of physical therapy students
  • Advocate for pediatric interests in the community or legislative arenas
  • Achieve recognition for American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) Clinical Specialization in Pediatric Physical Therapy

 

 

 

For more information
Sandra Willett, PT, MS, PCS
Phone: (402) 559-5719
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