Considerations for School-Based OTs and PTs Conducting Teletherapy: A Response to COVID-19 – For IL/PA/HI PT/PTA

Erin Riojas

Please note: This course is for Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Hawaii PT/PTA only. The Illinois Chapter Continuing Education Committee has certified that this course meets the criteria for approval of Continuing Education offerings established by The Illinois Physical Therapy Association. Course Credits: 2.0 contact hours (0.2 CEUs) Telehealth is an accepted service delivery model according to AOTA and APTA. The current … Read More

Preventing Burnout and Promoting Wellness and Resiliency Among Pediatric Therapists

Erin Riojas

Please note: No CEUs are awarded for participation in this course. 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 strategies and create a … Read More

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

Erin Riojas

Please note: No CEUs are awarded for participation in this course. Course Length: 2 hours 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 … Read More

Coaching Caregivers in Early Intervention

Erin Riojas

Please note: No CEUs are awarded for participation in this course. Participants will learn and practice strategies for enhancing parent competence and confidence in Infant-Toddler Early Intervention settings. Principles of adult learning will be reviewed, and application of coaching strategies will be introduced. Video analysis and reflection tools will be used for application of concepts to practice. Learner Objectives At … Read More

Behavior Strategies to Use Tomorrow 2.0

Erin Riojas

Please note: No CEUs are awarded for participation in this course. 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 when challenging behaviors become … 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

Strengthening Student’s Functional Vision and Visual Perceptual Skills to Improve School Outcomes – PT

Mark Strait

Course Information ASHA Course Credits: .5 CEUs (5 hours)  ASHA ID:ACEF0394 The role of OTs, SLPs, and PTs in the schools is to support students who struggle to benefit from their educational curriculum. Functional vision and visual perceptual skills have a significant impact on school performance. This training will assist therapists in identifying common behaviors associated with undiagnosed visual challenges. A … Read More

Let’s Collaborate! Successfully Working With Your Teams – PT

Mark Strait

PTA Course Number: Course Credits: 0.2 (2 hours) PTA CEUs – Intermediate level, Professional area Educators and practitioners working in schools and Early Intervention often desire to improve or increase collaborative practice. However, they frequently run into roadblocks that prevent opportunities for working closely together to increase outcomes for the children they serve. This workshop will provide participants with a … Read More

Professional Ethics in Pediatric Practice Settings – PT

Mark Strait

PT Course Number: Course Credits: 0.25 (2 hours 30 minutes) The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the ethical issues that pediatric based physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants may face in regards to working in the pediatric setting.  The course focuses on defining the moral, ethical, and legal behavior of … Read More