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Dependent Mobility Intervention
Presented by Michelle Lange, OTR, ABDA, ATP/SMS
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Course: #5092Level: Introductory1 Hour
Dependent mobility devices are not designed for self-propulsion. These include adaptive strollers, transport chairs, tilt in space manual wheelchairs, reclining manual wheelchairs, and standard manual wheelchairs. For very small children, adaptive strollers are often required to meet positional and dependent mobility needs. Other dependent mobility bases, such as transport chairs and standard wheelchairs, are used for quick trips or for temporary use. Clients may also use a dependent mobility base as a back-up to a power wheelchair.

This course is part of the Wheelchair Seating Back To The Basics Topic.

Durable Medical Equipment for Activities of Daily Living
Presented by Michelle Lange, OTR, ABDA, ATP/SMS
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Course: #5090Level: Introductory1 Hour
Clients who use wheelchair seating and mobility equipment often have other durable medical equipment (DME) needs, as well. Durable medical equipment is often used to assist activities of daily living and so clinicians are active participants in selecting the appropriate equipment for a client’s needs. This course will address bath/shower equipment, toileting equipment, patient lifts, and adaptive car seats.

This course is part of the Wheelchair Seating Back To The Basics Topic.

A Sensory Approach to Home
Presented by Britt Collins-Feist, MS, OTR/L
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Course: #5064Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course provides the participants with sensory strategies including yoga and mindfulness activities to help create home-based therapy ideas for their families. You will learn about sensory regulation and modulation and how to build sensory strategies into a child’s everyday life.

Matching Products to Seating Needs
Presented by Michelle Lange, OTR, ABDA, ATP/SMS
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Course: #5091Level: Introductory1 Hour
Once the wheelchair seating assessment has been completed and seating interventions considered, it is time to match specific client needs to product interventions. This course presents various categories of seating systems. Seating systems, whether linear, contoured, or molded, are comprised of primary support surfaces, secondary support components, and materials.

This course is part of the Wheelchair Seating Back To The Basics Topic.

FERPA: Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Presented by PJ Winters, EdD
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Course: #9526Level: Introductory1 Hour
Receive an overview of FERPA including practical advice regarding the regulation of FERPA by LEAs. Also learn ways in which this federal law affects your practice in service to schools.

Translating and Implementing Motor Learning Approaches for Neurorehabilitation
Presented by Veronica T. Rowe, PhD, OTR/L, CBIST
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Course: #5015Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This webinar will review current evidence-based practice of motor learning approaches that address underlying client factors that may influence occupational performance due to a neurological event. Emphasis will be placed on the knowledge translation and implementation of treatment components within Task Oriented/Specific Training, Constraint Induced Movement Therapy, and the Cognitive Orientation of Occupational Performance along with ways to improve motivation and adherence to treatments.

Understanding Primitive Reflexes: How They Impact Child Development and Intervention Strategies for Integration
Presented by Samantha Heidenreich, OTD, MOT
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Course: #5028Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course looks at entry-level knowledge of primitive reflexes. Participants will identify retained reflexes and utilize strategies to support integration to facilitate child development.

20Q: Psychosocial Rehabilitation
Presented by Moses N. Ikiugu, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
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Course: #5204Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The purpose of this interview was to highlight for course participants the role of occupational therapy in psychosocial rehabilitation, current research on purposeful and meaningful occupations, and the role of a humanistic philosophical framework in occupational therapy. This course is part of a quarterly 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.

Finding the Person Within: Utilizing Occupational Therapy to Promote Person-Centered Care in Treatment of Individuals with Dementia
Presented by Julia Wood, MOT, OTR/L
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Course: #5024Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course introduces various dementias and the impact of the many symptoms on function and participation. Emphasis is on the use of evidence-based practice to develop a person-centered, occupation-based approach to intervention and treatment planning for individuals with these life impacting cognitive impairments.

Breaking the Cycle of Stress: Stress Management Tools for Healthcare Professionals
Presented by Jessi Andricks, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #5201Level: Introductory2 Hours
As helping professionals, stress management and burnout prevention are key to lasting in the field and in our careers. In this course, you’ll learn how this stress triggers the “cycle of stress”, how to break this cycle and practical tools to help you better manage it on a daily basis.