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The ADLs You Didn't Know You Were Missing
Presented by Jennifer Stone, PT, DPT, OCS, PHC
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Course: #9311Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course focuses on providing practical competency and knowledge on common dysfunctions that may be seen in patients with pelvic floor symptoms. No advanced pelvic floor knowledge is required.

Yoga Supports for Addiction Recovery (Part 1)
Presented by Catherine McDowell, OTR/L, LMBT, E-RYT200/RYT500
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Course: #3655Level: Introductory1 Hour
Yoga provides a dynamic support for expanding long-term recovery from addiction. Understanding the philosophical foundations of yoga, the principles of ayurveda (the medical science of yoga) and the unique supports yoga provides a person in recovery will be explored.

Restraint Reduction: Regulations, Alternatives and Therapy Intervention
Presented by Kathleen Weissberg, OTD, OTR/L
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Course: #3658Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This session will review updated regulations related to physical and chemical restraints in long-term care. Resident assessment, therapy interventions, and alternatives to restraints will be discussed.

Maximizing Core Retraining - Part 2
Presented by Jennifer Stone, PT, DPT, OCS, PHC
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Course: #9341Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course covers details of core anatomy, physiology, and an overview of the history and current best evidence for neuromotor retraining. Participants will come away from the course with the ability to incorporate advanced level thinking and skills in this area with their patients. This is part 2 of a two-part series.

Demystifying the Evidence: Strategies for Integrating Research into Adult Rehabilitation Settings
Presented by Lisa Juckett, MOT, OTR/L
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Course: #3651Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course is designed to provide practitioners with strategies for how to effectively integrate research into real-world practice. Attendees will be introduces to the field of implementation science and techniques for how to locate, synthesize, and apply adult rehabilitation research to everyday patient encounters.

Delivering Culturally Competent Care: Strategies for Clinicians
Presented by Kathleen Weissberg, OTD, OTR/L
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Course: #3640Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course defines cultural and linguistic competency and related terms and presents factors that may affect the ability to provide culturally and linguistically competent care. This session addresses the need for self-awareness in culturally and linguistically competent medical care, the differences between disease and illness, and factors that may influence a patient's experience of illness as well as the health beliefs and practices of some cultures. The session offers an approach to eliciting a patient’s cultural health beliefs that can help inform therapists to deliver culturally appropriate treatments.

Incontinence: Practical Tips for the Occupational Therapy Practitioner (Part 2)
Presented by Krista Covell-Pierson, OTR/L, BCB-PMD
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Course: #3610Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course is Part 2 of this series. Practitioners working in all settings will learn practical treatment interventions to address urinary and bowel incontinence.

Maximizing Core Retraining - Part 1
Presented by Jennifer Stone, PT, DPT, OCS, PHC
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Course: #9336Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course covers details of core anatomy, physiology, and an overview of the history and current best evidence for neuromotor retraining. Participants will come away from the course with the ability to incorporate advanced level thinking and skills in this area with their patients. This is part 1 of a two-part series.

The Role of Lab Values in Clinical Decision Making and Patient Safety for the Acutely Ill Patient
Presented by Adele Myszenski, MPT
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Course: #3629Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This two-hour online course will review why lab values and vital signs such as hemoglobin, potassium, glucose, blood pressure, heart rate and others are essential clinical tools to determine appropriateness for rehab interventions of acutely ill patients. Normal and abnormal values, as well as steps clinicians can take to monitor the patient’s response will be discussed. Finally, patient care case studies will be presented and are designed to help the learner problem solve and improve clinical decision making related to labs and vitals.

Aging Programming: Evidence-based Strategies for Aging in Place
Presented by Pamela E. Toto, PhD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA
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Course: #3633Level: Introductory1 Hour
Older adults may experience age-related changes and chronic health conditions that challenge their goal to age-in-place.This presentation will provide clinicians with a basic understanding of evidence-based intervention strategies that can be applied in primary care, acute and post acute care practice settings.