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This course examines scleroderma, Raynaud’s phenomenon, and rheumatoid arthritis, three common autoimmune disorders that impact the hands.
This Intermediate level course describes alternate access options in Augmentative-Alternative Communication
(AAC), and their relevance to individuals with cerebral palsy, Rett Syndrome, Cortical Vision Impairment,
aphasia, Down syndrome, developmental apraxia of speech, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
This course provides learners with state-of-the-art literature on orthopedic special tests for the upper extremity, with attention to the statistics that support and/or dispute the continued relevance of each.
This Intermediate level course walks learners through the complex processes involved in Augmentative-Alternative Communication (AAC) evaluations and assessments, with attention to the importance of background information and the many factors to be considered during the assessment itself.
This course presents a discussion of risk factors for falls, followed by an examination of evidence-based tests and assessments for balance and fall risk, including screening tools for cognitive impairment, functional tests pertaining to balance and fall risk, and questionnaires that assess confidence with mobility and concern for falling.
This Intermediate level course discusses communication levels and corresponding Augmentative-Alternative
Communication (AAC) interventions and implementation strategies, with particular attention paid to the role
of Aided Language Stimulation (ALgS).
This course addresses the rehabilitation of patients with distal radius fractures.
This course provides an overview of Occupational Therapy's role in healthy aging in place, with attention to diagnoses, terminology and procedures, and process.
This course examines trauma's effect on emotional processing, demystifying some of the emotional behaviors encountered by pediatric occupational therapists.
This evidence-based course provides occupational therapists with a framework for intervention for children with Sensory Modulation Disorder: the A SECRET framework.
This course examines the intricate processes that precede the ability to obtain the occupational function of becoming a school student. It first reviews the developmental hierarchy and executive functioning skills, and then provides an overview of relevant assessment and intervention tools.