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Talking About the Unspoken: Death & Dying
Presented by Sharon L. Gorman, PT, DPTSc, GCS
Course: #3812Level: Intermediate1 Hour
One experience links all humans regardless of the variety of factors that may differentiate us, death. Learn about open-ended communication techniques, including specific questions, to help open dialog with patients and their families, and gain a clear understanding of what rehabilitation can offer those at the end of their life. (Trigger warning: discussions of death, dying, sickness, and old age will occur during this session)

Everyday Application of the AOTA Code of Ethics
Presented by Jane Dressler, JD, OTR/L
Course: #9567Level: Intermediate2 Hours
A two-hour overview for OT practitioners that explores daily ethical responsibilities, ethical decision-making models and application of material to attendee’s real life ethical issues.

Movement-Based Interventions When Treating Parkinson's Disease
Presented by Jason Mahilo, MOTR/L
Course: #3793Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course is designed to provide the learner with a plethora of movement based interventions that will assist with improving balance, strength, and functional independence. This course will review LSVT BIG interventions and ways to provide alternate treatment interventions for the skilled clinician.

20Q: Adaptive Equipment Pioneer
Presented by Fred Sammons, PhD (HON), OT, FAOTA
Course: #3821Level: Introductory1 Hour
In our 20Q, we are talking to Fred Sammons, one of the early pioneers in occupational therapy. He has been an occupational therapist for over 60 years. During that time, he has been an innovator in designing, manufacturing, and distributing adaptive equipment for people with disabilities while collaborating with occupational therapists and clients to identify needs and to generate product ideas. This course is part of an exciting new series on OccupationalTherapy.com designed as a salute to the OT pioneers with contributing editor Dr. Franklin Stein. It is presented in an engaging Q & A format and highlights the OT pioneer's journey into occupational therapy and research accomplishments.

Advocacy Strategies for the Occupational Therapy Assistant
Presented by Sara Loesche, MS, OTR/L, CHT
Course: #3806Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will explore the role of the occupational therapy assistant and its value to the occupational therapy profession as well as larger health care, educational, and community contexts. Strategies for advocacy for the occupational therapy assistant will be highlighted.

Perinatal Mental Health and Occupational Therapy - Part 2
Presented by Kiley Hanish, OTD, OTR/L
Course: #3751Level: Introductory1 Hour
Part 2 of this course examines the impact of parental mental health on infant development. Opportunities for OTs to support mothers, the mother-baby dyad, and the entire family are explored.

Down Syndrome 101 for Pediatric OTs
Presented by Cara Koscinski, MOT, OTR/L
Course: #3782Level: Introductory1 Hour
Children with Down Syndrome often exhibit differences in tone, joints, feeding, heart and respiratory problems, as well as behavioral and comorbid conditions. Understanding the complexities of the condition as well as adapting daily life tasks can bring great success to this population.

Phalanx Fractures: Achieving Best Outcomes
Presented by Rachel Pigott, OTR/L, CHT
Course: #3769Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course will examine biomechanical and anatomical factors which impact choice in initial conservative or surgical intervention for phalanx fractures. Evidence based rehabilitation methods for best outcomes in phalanx fractures will be outlined including strategies to address potential complications.

Fieldwork Education: Cultural Considerations for the Clinical Educator
Presented by Vikram Pagpatan, MS, OTR/L, ATP
Course: #3785Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will seek to explore, discuss and analyze cultural sensitivities and contextual considerations for the clinical educator when mentoring a fieldwork level student.

ACEs: Research for Understanding the Early Experiences of Young Children
Presented by Alison D. Peak, LCSW, IMH-E
Course: #9388Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course will provide information regarding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and their impact on early childhood development, brain architecture, and health outcomes. ACEs provide an accessible template to understanding the role of trauma in early childhood development and the capacity for relationships to mitigate the impact of trauma.

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