on November 6, 2015
Good organization and flow
on October 18, 2015
very easy to understand
on October 10, 2015
Working in a SNF, it will help me treat TBI patients with better tools.
on October 8, 2015
The course was well presented. Dr Wheeler is obviously very experienced in this area. The course was excellent!
on October 2, 2015
on August 24, 2015
Gave me a great understanding of the components of executive functioning and I found the suggestions on evaluation methods and group eval and treatment to be very valuable. Great presentation with a complex topic and very OT relevant.
on August 23, 2015
Good speaker and content
on August 21, 2015
Dr. Wheeler's knowledge and understanding of how to successfully work with this challenging patient population made his presentation very easy to follow. I enjoyed the references of assessments provided as well.
on July 21, 2015
on May 28, 2015
Easy to follow.
on May 20, 2015
He was able to provide extra information along with the slides.
on May 16, 2015
Explanation by an expert in the field
on May 15, 2015
Materials(handouts), presenters knowledge & slides
on May 13, 2015
Good knowledge that would help an OT learning about TBI in community setting.
on May 6, 2015
Enjoyed the information, graphs and examples used
on April 28, 2015
VERY INFORMATIVE..I NOW HAVE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE RANCHOS LEVELS
on April 21, 2015
Presentation of different evaluation tools
on March 27, 2015
The presenter was very personable and easy to listen to. He is absolutely right, it is much easier to objectively assess memory than complex executive functioning.
on February 14, 2015
I have been a staff member of a community reintegration program for years which involves a class on executive thinking skills. The highlights were well thought out and very founded in outcomes and success.
on February 13, 2015
Thorough yet easy to understand.
on January 28, 2015
The presenter made clear examples and was easy to understand.
on December 29, 2014
on December 27, 2014
on December 27, 2014
Good review with some new learning
on December 16, 2014
Easy to follow, concise but also helpful
on December 9, 2014
It was interesting, informative, and well organized.
on November 30, 2014
Material provided was thorough and presented in such a way as to leave room for discussion of exceptions and variety of TBI symptoms, assessment scales, and therapeutic approaches (one-on-one and group).
on November 8, 2014
New information in an area that is frequently not addressed well in OT programs (at least 25 years ago) and continuing education opportunities in this area, of improving higher cognitive skills, is shallow. This would tie in well with cognitive challenges that frequently occur with mental illness.
on November 5, 2014
on July 15, 2014
Topic and thoroughness
on March 2, 2014
The content was very educational. The presentation was lacking. The presenter stumbled over his words multiple times.
on February 18, 2014
The presenter's comfortable talking style instead of just reading from slides.
on February 7, 2014
Easy to understand with excellent examples.
on January 15, 2014
I like how he went over background information first and then went over more specific information. Liked the examples throughout
on December 31, 2013
This course provided an excellent overview of executive cognitive functions and dysfunctions, as well as assessment methods and treatment strategies that are applicable to occupational therapy practice.
on December 5, 2013
I appreciated in depth coverage of the last 4 levels of the Rancho scale since they are complex.
on August 30, 2013
Focus on the elements of challenge in treating patients recovering from TBI.
on July 8, 2013
on May 17, 2013
Topic content and consideration of application
on April 7, 2013
It was very well organized and relivant to my setting.
on April 1, 2013
Bring me great ideas for therapeutic groups.
on March 18, 2013
the knowledge of the presenter and the topic of discussion.
on March 14, 2013
Good TBI information.
on March 13, 2013
Excellent explanations for each topic covered, facilitated learning and remembering the material.
on February 28, 2013
Expecting for the level of performance to be a year, as the frustration and achievements need that much time from plateau to performance, ,and that certain motivation prompts or cues can be key.
on January 12, 2013
Instructor appeared very knowledgeable and presentation was easy to follow. Information will be very applicable in my setting. Online resources for public domain will be very useful for upcoming evaluations.
on December 30, 2012
good real-life examples provided to explain concepts
on November 18, 2012
Very organized and-thought out. Speaker is knowledgeable and able to present his information in a way that is helpful, thoughtful and practical.
on November 12, 2012
on November 1, 2012
The instructor was excellent,
on October 28, 2012
The examples of ways to evaluate different deficits
on October 27, 2012
I thought the class was really well structured and found Professor Wheeler to be very engaging. This lecture offers actionable information on assessments. In addition, it provides a good guideline on how to foster a therapeutic relationship that will push clients to higher level of function.
on October 25, 2012
on October 22, 2012
Really appreciated the discussion on the importance of assessments in "unstructured environments." Great link to other assessment scales.
on October 14, 2012
on October 11, 2012
Dr. Wheeler is obviously passionate about this topic. I don't generally treat patients with TBI, but many other types of patients with executive functioning issues that I can apply this information to. Especially the discussion of self awareness I thought about my elderly clients with mild to moderate demetia.
on October 9, 2012
It pressented me with new information
on October 8, 2012
He covered all the basics of TBI recovery as it relates to Executive Cognitive Functioning.
on October 6, 2012