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

Review of Gross and Fine Motor Assessments for OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA119 Course Credits: .275 (2 hours, 45 minutes) AOTA CEUs – Introductory level, Professional area OTs in the schools are responsible for assessing gross and fine motor skills as they relate to occupational performance in the schools. This webinar will cover practical information on seven assessments typically used in the schools including administrations guidelines, scoring and interpretation … Read More

Review of Visual and Visual Perception Assessments for OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA121 Course Credits: 0.275 (2 hours, 45 minutes) 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 MVPT-4, TVPS-3, SASP, SDUSD Checklist of Visual Behaviors & Visual Efficacy Screening, WRAVMA, DTVP-3 and DTVP-A, and VMI will be … Read More

Review of Sensory and Executive Functioning Assessments for OT

Erin Riojas

AOTA Course Number: DLAOTA118 Course Credits: .125 (1 hour, 15 minutes) AOTA CEUs – Introductory level, Professional area OTs in the schools are responsible for assessing sensory processing and executive functioning 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 … Read More

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

Mark Strait

OT Course Credits: .5 CEUs (5 hours)  AOTA ID:DLAOTA065 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 variety of … Read More

Tips for Getting Started: OT and School Based Practice

Mark Strait

AOTA Course Number: DLAT085 Course Credits: 0.35 (3 hours 30 minutes) Practice in a school system presents a unique set of challenges to OTs. Educationally relevant goals and interventions, individualized service delivery models, progress monitoring, and Response to Intervention (RTI) are unique components in the educational environment. To be an effective therapist, these concepts must be integrated within an OT … Read More

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

Linda Okonsky

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