The NTNCB has compiled a list of educational resources to aid neonatal therapists in identifying opportunities to enrich their clinical knowledge and support their educational needs in preparation for neonatal therapy certification application.

Please click the links provided to further investigate each educational opportunity.

Abbott Health Institute:

Academy of Neonatal Nursing:

3-Day Workshop: Advances in NICU Feeding Management, May 2-4 2019, Boston, MA
by Brigham and Women’s Hospital NICU
See full program

American Occupational Therapy Association:

American Physical Therapy Association:

American Physical Therapy Association Neonatology Special Interest Group:

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association:

Annual Graven’s Conference on the Physical and Developmental Environment of the High Risk Infant:

Brown Center for the Study of Children at Risk:

Shaker 4 Swallowing and Feeding:

Contemporary Forums:

Creative Therapy Consultants:

DandleLion Medical (webinars):

Dr. Brown’s Medical (webinars):

Early Babies:

Education Resources Inc (live courses):

Engage Grow Thrive:

Feeding Matters:

Fragile Infant Feeding Institute:

General Movements Trust:

Infant-Driven Feeding:

Innara Health (webinars):

Lactation Education Resources:

March of Dimes:

Murdoch Children’s Research Institute:

NOMAS International:

National Association of Neonatal Nurses:

National Association of Neonatal Therapists:

Annual Conference:

NANT Online Special Topic CE Courses:

IGNITE: Core Training and Mentoring Program for Neonatal Therapists:

National Institute of Health Research –UK :


NIDCAP Federation International:

National Institute of Child Health and Development:

Pathways Awareness Foundation:

Pediatric Academic Societies:

Phillips Medical:

Washington University in St. Louis Occupational Therapy NICU Laboratory:

Vermont Oxford Network:

Zero to Three Annual Conference:

2016 Stockholm Conference on Ultra-Early Intervention (podcasts and annual conference):

There are currently many quality educational opportunities available for neonatal therapists. If there are additional educational resources related to neonatal therapy not identified on this list, please email the NTNCB at with suggestions.