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Making The “Smart” Decision: Smart Technology, Aging In Place, And Clinical Reasoning
Presented by Monique Chabot, OTD, OTR/L, SCEM, CLIPP, CAPS
Course: #6000Level: Advanced1 Hour
Considerations around choosing the right smart technology for an older adult to age in place, including technology features, funding, and ethical considerations, will be discussed in this course. Assessment of client skills, technology adoption strategies, and other important factors related to ensuring appropriate choice and use of smart technologies will also be covered. The connection to social determinants of health will be discussed as well.

Integrating Evidence Based Keyboarding
Presented by Teresa Vance, OTR/L
Course: #6050Level: Introductory1 Hour
Participants will learn the importance of keyboarding skills for literacy participation in this course. Participants will understand keyboarding skills and identify interventions related to children from kindergarten through fifth grade.

Employing Verbal De-Escalation Strategies In Occupational Therapy
Presented by Megan Paben, MOT, OTR/L, ASDCS
Course: #5980Level: Introductory1 Hour
Participants will learn about verbal de-escalation strategies and how to employ these strategies in OT sessions.

The Pitfalls Of EMR: How To Make It Work For You And Your Patients
Presented by John M. Delossantos, OTR/L, MBA, RAC-CT, CFPS, R-RAM
Course: #6007Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Learn how to prevent the biggest “pitfalls” or “traps” of therapy electronic documentation with actual before and after samples. Ensuring your claims demonstrate evidence-based care while receiving appropriate reimbursement.

Supporting Regulation As A Foundation For Effective Therapy
Presented by Lyn Bennett, OTR/L
Course: #6034Level: Intermediate1 Hour
In order to engage, attend, and meet the expectations or demands of any situation, an individual needs to be regulated. This course will explore different aspects of regulation and dysregulation. It will examine how occupational therapists can use their understanding of sensory processing and therapeutic use of self to support optimum levels of arousal and alertness during their therapy sessions.

Addressing Executive Function Deficits For Return To Work Following A Brain Injury
Presented by Yvonne Monti, OTD, OTR/L
Course: #6028Level: Intermediate1 Hour
An overview of executive functioning deficits that persist following a brain injury, interfering with an individual’s ability to return to their prior employment, will be reviewed. The course will also provide education on client-centered executive function assessments and occupation-based interventions to assist with return to work.

Occupational Therapy’s Role In Bowel And Bladder Management For Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury
Presented by Yvonne Monti, OTD, OTR/L
Course: #6008Level: Introductory1 Hour
Occupational therapy's role in supporting clients with SCI in managing bowel and bladder function will be discussed in this course. The presentation will cover an overview of neurogenic bowel and bladder and occupational therapy interventions, including adaptation, modification, education, and specialized equipment.

Developmental Care Rounds
Presented by Erica Moss, MS, OT/L, BCP, NIDCAPc, CNT
Course: #6018Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The background, purpose, and goals of Developmental Care Rounds in a pediatric hospital setting will be covered in this course.

Mounting Assistive Technology to Wheelchairs
Presented by Michelle Lange, OTR/L, ABDA, ATP/SMS
Course: #9569Level: Intermediate1 Hour
People who use wheelchairs may also use assistive technology such as speech-generating devices, computers, tablets, and smartphones. This session will present mounting options for each of these technologies to secure the device to the wheelchair for optimal visual regard, access, safety, and security.

Safe And Sound: Training Occupational Therapists To Enhance Autism Safety And Support
Presented by Tara Warwick, OTD, MS, OTR/L
Course: #6027Level: Introductory1 Hour
The necessary skills and knowledge for occupational therapists to create a safe environment for individuals with autism in various settings will be reviewed in this comprehensive course. Through interactive sessions and practical strategies, therapists will learn effective techniques to address safety concerns, implement preventive measures, and provide crucial support to ensure the well-being of individuals with autism.

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