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Weaving Mindfulness and Visualization into Your Practice
Presented by Tere Bowen Irish, OTR/L
Course: #3421 Level: Introductory1 Hour
The 21st century child brings new challenges to the classroom. Teachers and therapists are trying to create a calmer environment to help students access the curriculum. This course will focus on techniques and strategies that call for quietness, peacefulness, and kindness.
Caseload to Workload: A Data-Driven Approach to School-Based OT and PT Services
Presented by Jean Polichino, MS, OTR, FAOTA
Course: #3397 Level: Advanced2 Hours
Based on recommendations from the therapy professions, participants will identify methodologies for data collection, organization and analysis regarding the various activities and tasks they are asked to perform in their districts. They will learn how to utilize this data to help inform and influence administrative decisions regarding therapy staffing and service delivery.
A Conceptual Model for Vision Rehabilitation
Presented by Pamela Roberts, PhD, MSHA, OTR/L, SCFES, FAOTA, CPHQ, FNAP
Course: #3390 Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Vision impairments are prevalent after acquired brain injury. The purpose of this presentation is to describe a conceptual model for vision rehabilitation, explain its potential clinical inferences, and discuss its translation into occupational therapy practice.

This course is part of the OT Neuro Series.
Kinesio Taping Case Studies
Presented by Krysta Rives, BS, COTA/L, CKTP
Course: #3361 Level: Introductory1 Hour
Elastic taping is often used to facilitate the body’s natural healing process. In addition it provides support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. Taping can help to reduce pain, especially with movement, facilitate lymphatic drainage, and promote blood flow and circulation. With adolescents, taping can be used to cue the muscles into proper position while the body grows and develops.
Integrating Movement Throughout the Day in a Classroom
Presented by Tere Bowen Irish, OTR/L
Course: #3319 Level: Introductory1.5 Hour
A variety of movement strategies, such as yoga, aerobic exercise, functional movement and active brain breaks, have been proven to increase neuronal activity, focus and arousal for learners. We will explore the many types of movement that can be introduced into today’s classrooms.
Foundational Skills for Fieldwork Educators: Giving Effective Feedback
Presented by Amy Mahle, MHA, COTA/L
Course: #3344 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This introductory course explores one of the most powerful tools in teaching: giving effective feedback. This course examines types of feedback as well as the best methods for delivering feedback to fieldwork students.
Sexuality in Long-Term Care: Open Your Mind (And Close the Door, Please)
Presented by Kathleen Weissberg, OTD, OTR/L
Course: #3343 Level: Intermediate2 Hours
What is sexuality and why is it so seldom spoken of when talking about older adults, particularly those in long-term care? Sexuality and intimacy are essential elements of one’s personality. Thus, it is important that residents, staff, and therapists in LTC have skills to effectively and compassionately address sexuality including misconceptions, personal and cultural views or biases, and barriers. This course explores the perceptions and perspectives of residents, staff, caregivers, and family members related to sexuality and intimacy. The course provides opportunities for people who have not given this topic much thought to consider their views, identify barriers, consider consent, and facilitate solutions and strategies when sexual expression becomes problematic. The specific role of occupational therapy related to intimacy with various diagnoses including diabetes, CVA, cancer, and arthritis is reviewed.
Occupational Therapy and the Path to Successful Return to Work
Presented by Barbara Kornblau, JD, OT/L, FAOTA
Course: #3368 Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
As occupational therapists, we spend more time with our patients/clients than any team member. The time we spend with patients can set the stage for a path to return to work. Learn how to integrate the occupation of work, return to work concepts, and policies that promote return to work into practice to encourage patients/clients to return to their worker role.
Medication Management and Cognition
Presented by Jessica Crowe, OTD, OTR/L, Brooke Holland, OTD
Course: #3279 Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will provide evidence-based strategies to promote improved medication management for clients with cognitive impairment. This course will include suggestions for evaluation and intervention to help occupational therapists integrate medication management into their plan of care.
The Importance of Self-Care: Caring For Yourself So You Can Care More
Presented by Erin Fritts, OTR/L, CHC
Course: #3313 Level: Introductory1 Hour
Stress and burnout for healthcare practitioners is a national epidemic. This course reviews practical approaches to reducing stress by focusing on what you can control, your reactions, which allows you to continue to do the work you love with more energy. This is a radical reframe on taking care of ourselves first, which will improve patient satisfaction, productivity and your overall health.