Course Registration

We are excited to welcome you to DMI Therapy and hope you will become part of our growing team of passionate therapists around the world. 

At present we are offering online courses and in-person courses in Valley Stream, NY and clinics willing to host a course. If you would like more information on hosting a course, please email us at [email protected]

You can find a list of our current courses here:

You can register and complete your course payment* by completing our registration form below.
*Payment is required to confirm your spot.
Please do not register and pay for a course that says “FULL.” If you would like to be added to a waitlist for a full course, please email us at [email protected]

DMI Introductory Level Course Description 
Each course is made up of teaching hours and a practical portion. Courses are either 10 to 15* hours depending on the number of course participants. 

*Please note that our 15-hour courses are the only ones that qualify for CEUs.
CEU’s will be available for some states - please visit for more information. 

The DMI Introductory Level A B and C Online Courses have been designed to teach the pediatric therapist the basic exercises and handling skills required to implement a treatment program using DMI Therapy. The courses are suitable for Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists working in the field of Pediatrics. They are divided into Teaching” hours and "Practical Application” hours during which the student is able to apply and demonstrate their learning with supervised correction by the instructor. 

Teaching and Practical times are adjusted according to the number of registrants. A course certificate will be sent to you at the end of the course. Additional information about each course can be found here:

DMI Introductory Level A, B, C Course Schedule 

• Theoretical Background and Supporting Research- For Level A only
• Dexterity Tests
• Head and Trunk Exercises
• Trunk and Standing Exercises
• Standing and Walking Exercises
• Review, Assessment and Application
• Practical Application


The cost is US$800 per participant, per introductory level. The cost is the same for both in-person and virtual courses. Payment can be made via credit card, PayPal or Zelle. 

Who is eligible to take our courses? 
Practitioners not on this list need to work in the pediatric field and email [email protected] for approval prior to registering for a course. 

  • Physical Therapist
  • Physical Therapy Assistant 
  • Occupational Therapist 
  • Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant 
  • Kinesiologist
  • Conductor
  • Chiropractor 
  • Registered Nurse 
  • MD/DO

Demo children for practical portion: 
Virtual courses:

For group courses, we need 3 children split among participating practitioners. This means, that for larger courses, not every practitioner must provide a demo child. We ask that demo children be working on head and trunk control (2 or younger and not sitting)  or standing and stepping (sitting independently). It is very helpful if they are comfortable working with you as well. 

Equipment needed for virtual Introductory Level Courses: 
• A soft doll or stuffed toy with moveable arms and legs (at least the size of a baby) will be required for all teaching sessions.
• A roll of anti-slip/grip liner
• Print out of the manual (bound, if possible)
• DMI Boxes – not required for Introductory Level A, but recommended for Introductory B & C
• If you do not have boxes, please have a step stool available
• Demo child (see information above for details) 

Equipment needed for in-person Introductory Level Courses: 

• A soft doll or stuffed toy with moveable arms and legs (at least the size of a baby) will be required for all teaching sessions.
• Anti-slip grip, manual, boxes and demo children will be provided by DMI Therapy or the host clinic

What happens if you need more support after the course? 

At DMI we want to ensure therapist success, so individual mentoring sessions and group lab days are available. For more information, please email us at [email protected]

Cancellation Policy 
Cancellations occurring 30+ days before your course can receive a full refund.
Cancellations 30-15 days before the course will result in a $200 fee if a refund is required.
Cancellations less than 14 days course date will result in a $400 fee if a refund is required.
⁠Cancellations requiring a refund once course materials are sent out are not permitted. A credit will be applied for course at a later date.
Practitioners can request to move to another course (if space is available) no later than 2 weeks before their original scheduled course. Switching course dates less than 2 weeks before your original course date will not be permitted.


DMI Therapy is committed to creating a learning environment that meets the needs of its diverse students. DMI Therapy is based on developmental delays – we take priority in providing our registrants with accommodations and adjustments as needed leading up to, during and after our courses. For accommodation requests, please email us at [email protected].

Non-Financial Disclosure Policy 
No course topics are directed to any outside businesses. Participants can begin utilizing what they learn in the Introductory Level A course and are not required to complete advanced courses in order to use the exercises they learned in their completed course. 

Financial Disclosure Policy 

DMI Therapy includes the use of DMI Therapy boxes which are shown to participants during the course. Participants may purchase these boxes from various private woodworking companies that have been approved by DMI Therapy to make the equipment. DMI does receive 15% of all sales made. Participants do not need to purchase the DMI equipment to participate in or practice the Introductory Level A exercises. They are advised to purchase box sets for Introductory Levels B and C, however this is also not mandatory.

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