Academic Coordinator of DPT STEPs®
Office: Wing B, #248
Dr. Lardinois is an APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor and maintains neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT) certification in pediatrics. She mentors students and residents and serves as an instructor in a collaborative model of clinical education.
DPT, Duke University, 2001
MS in Physical Therapy, Duke University, 2000
BA Hope College, 1998
PT 705 - Neurologic Practice Management I
PT 715 - Neurologic Practice Management II
STEPs®: PT 601, PT 611, PT 621, PT 701, PT 711, PT 721
STEPs® Clinical Educator
Guest lecturer, Elon University Doctor of Physical Therapy program
Areas of interest and expertise include: neurological injury, cerebral palsy, and other neuromotor disorders; torticollis; infant treatment; aquatics; orthotic intervention; and clinical education. She has more than 15 years of full-time outpatient clinic experience in pediatrics.
Lardinois, K. In pursuit. NDTA Network, July/August 2011; 18:4.
Lardinois, K. Entry-level clinical education: A collaborative model and NDT. NDTA Network, July/August 2013;20:4.
Lardinois KL, Gosselin D, McCarty D, Ollendick K, Covington K. A Collaborative Model of Integrated Clinical Education in Physical Therapist Education: Application to the Pediatric Essential Core Competency of Family-centered Care. J Phys Ther Educ. 2017;31(2):131-136.
Masoud, M., Gordon, K., Hall, A., Jasien, J., Lardinois, K., Uchitel, J., Mclean, M., Prange, L., Wuchich, J. and Mikati, M. A. (2017), Motor function domains in alternating hemiplegia of childhood. Dev Med Child Neurol. doi:10.1111/dmcn.13443
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