Tips for Dealing with Student Anxiety – OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA126 Course Credits: 0.1 AOTA CEUs (1 hour); Introductory Level, Related Area Educational staff in schools support students to ensure the best possible educational outcomes. Anxiety can have an impact on school performance. This training will examine how related service providers can help the educational team to create accommodation plans that help the student gain skills to … Read More

Stress and Trauma Informed Schools – OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA127 Course Credits: 0.3 AOTA CEUs (3 hours); Introductory Level, Related Area Stress and trauma in students is currently a topic of discussion as the emotional well-being of students and staff is a fundamental need for learning. All members of the multidisciplinary school team encounter children with stress and trauma and must be able to recognize its … Read More

Preventing Burnout and Promoting Wellness and Resiliency Among Pediatric Therapists – OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA125 Course Credits: 0.2 AOTA CEUs (2 hours); Introductory Level, Related Area Wellness, job stress, and burnout are all important aspects of job performance for pediatric therapists. Participants will learn about current evidence and engage in an overview of proactive and practical strategies to promote wellness and manage work stress in practice. Participants will partake in proactive … Read More

Considerations for School-Based OTs and PTs Conducting Teletherapy: A Response to COVID-19 – OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA124 Course Credits: .2 AOTA CEUs (2 hours); Introductory Level Telehealth is an accepted service delivery model according to AOTA and APTA. The current pandemic has altered school-based service delivery. This webinar reviews the basics about technology, how to conduct therapy sessions, using a coaching model, ideas for session structure, and provides resources for OTs and PTs. … Read More

Behavior Strategies to Use Tomorrow 2.0 – OT

Erin Riojas

ASHA Course Number: DLAOTA1213 Course Credits: 0.2 AOTA CEUs (2 hours); Introductory Level, Related Area This course will address what a behavior intervention plan (BIP) is comprised of and how other professionals can understand and support students who have one. It will also provide information on how to understand and implement basic behavioral strategies and when to seek advanced support … Read More

Caselite 102 – Getting Started

Erin Riojas

Course Credits: No CEU credits are awarded for this course. This course will continue your introduction to Caselite by teaching the steps to set up your caseload and create your first Caselite schedule. Instructor Information Amy Chapman is our in-house Caselite Software Specialist. She holds a BSBA in Computer Information Systems from Appalachian State University in North Carolina and has … Read More

Caselite 101 – Introduction

Erin Riojas

Course Credits: No CEU credits are awarded for this course. This course covers a high-level demonstration and overview of Caselite Software for EBS Healthcare. Instructor Information Amy Chapman is our in-house Caselite Software Specialist. She holds a BSBA in Computer Information Systems from Appalachian State University in North Carolina and has a background in corporate systems for companies like IBM … Read More

Applying the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework-3

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA116 Course Credits: .25 (2.5 hour) AOTA CEUs – Introductory level, Professional area Pediatric practitioners often benefit from a review regarding our Occupational Therapy Practice Framework and scope of practice. Through presentation, self-reflection, and practice, participants will understand the purpose of the Framework, how it influences our OT practice, and how to incorporate the Framework when working … Read More

School-Based OT Assessment Process, IEPs, and Service Delivery

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA117 Course Credits: .15 (1.5 hours) AOTA CEUs – Introductory level, Professional area OTs in the schools have the important responsibility of conducting assessments and contributing to the development and implementation of students’ IEPs. The clinical reasoning process includes multiple factors and considerations to determine eligibility and make recommendations to the educational team. Guidelines for assessment, eligibility … Read More

Review of Fine Motor and Handwriting Assessments for OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA120 Course Credits: .15 (1.5 hours) AOTA CEUs – Introductory level, Professional area OTs in the schools are responsible for assessing fine motor and handwriting skills as they relate to occupational performance in the schools. This webinar will cover practical information on three assessments typically used in the schools including administrations guidelines, scoring, and interpretation information. Instructor … Read More