Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy
Treatment of the Child with Severe Involvement: An NDT Approach
June 8-9, 2018
Course Description: Dynamic two day lab intensive course designed for therapists working with children from birth to adolescence who have Neuromuscular Disorders with severe physical involvement (GMFCS Levels IV and V) including diagnoses of Cerebral Palsy, Genetic Disorders and other Neuromuscular Conditions.
Course Instructor: Linda Kliebhan
Course Brochure: Treatment of the Child with Severe Involvement: An NDT Approach Brochure
Register for Treatment of the Child with Severe Involvement June 8-9, 2018
Contact: Education Resources, Inc. 508-359-6533 or 800-487-6530 (outside MA)
www.educationresourcesinc.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
CEUs: 8 Instructor: April O’Connell, OT/L, CHT
Target Audience: Intermediate to advanced level practitioners (OTs, COTAs, PTs, PTAs, and CHTs)
This course is geared toward the intermediate to advanced level practitioner and will provide exceptional hands-on learning about flexor and extensor tendon rehabilitation. During the morning session the course will cover extensor tendon rehabilitation, and in the afternoon session flexor tendon repairs including “Proof-of-Concept” will be discussed. Both sessions include orthotic fabrication labs. Understanding the various approaches to tendon repair rehabilitation is complex and challenging – this course aims to present the latest and greatest evidence, including clinical pearls for digital nerve involvement, scar management, and cortical re-patterning. Learners will confidently splint and rehabilitate the most challenging of tendon repairs with knowledge of the latest trends in research. This is a course you will not want to miss!!
June 9 & 10 and September 15 & 16
Cost: $475 Prep for Certification
$325 2-day Live Workshop only ($375 if book included)
CEUs: 16-24 (24 hours includes web component, 16 hours is
2-day Live Workshop only)
Instructor: Willow Henry, PT, DPT, CWS, CLTTarget Audience: OTs, COTAs, refresher for PTs, PTAs, CHTs
CEUs: 8 Instructor: Lisa Owen, OTR/L, CLT, CHT
This course will provide the participant with exceptional hands-on learning about the carpal joints, pathology, evaluation, and emerging concepts in conservative wrist rehabilitation interventions. Understanding the wrist is complex – this presentation aims to simplify the learning process with the use of anatomical models and hands on practice opportunities. It is important for the therapist to fully understand this joint’s complex biomechanics and sensorimotor system that impacts alignment and function. Once this foundation has been established, participants will learn how to perform a basic clinical evaluation, and then learn how to create and execute an appropriate plan of care utilizing various fun, functional, and evidenced-based treatment interventions. There will be a hands-on splint fabrication demo/lab and participants will also receive a FREE carpal puzzle model as part of this course!\
“Hand Therapy for the Non-Hand Therapist”
Instructor: Danielle Amero, OTR/L, CHT
Target Audience: OTs, COTAs, PTs, PTAs and new grads
This one day course is designed to help therapists practicing in any setting improve their
knowledge of hands and upper extremity care. This course will provide the participant with hands-on learning about the upper quarter including anatomy, pathology, evaluation, and emerging concepts in treatment. This presentation aims to simplify the learning process with the use of anatomical models and hands-on practice opportunities, including a manual therapy lab. Participants will have an opportunity to master clinical evaluation skills, brush up on special testing, and then learn how to create and execute an appropriate plan of
care utilizing current, evidenced-based treatment interventions. Whether you are a new grad, home health, acute care, mental health, or outpatient therapist, you won’t want to miss this course!
Practical Strategies for Treating Complex Pediatric Feeding Disorders: Treating the Whole Child
September 28-29, 2018
Course Description: Clinicians in this dynamic two day course will be taught the necessary components of a comprehensive evaluation of feeding problems. This includes those encountered by children with oral motor dysfunction, oral motor inexperience, oral hypersensitivity, behavioral rigidity and anxiety as seen in children with cardiac issues, prematurity, ASD, syndromes and SPD.
Course Instructor: Mary Tarbell-Bickley, M.ED, CCC-SLP
In VM1 you will study the models and theories of functional biomechanics as viewed from Barral's innovative approach.
Save up to $200 with early registration.
Contact: 866-522-7725 or www.Barralinstitute.com
MAOT - Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy, Inc.
57 Madison Road, Waltham, MA 02453 - Phone: 781.647.5556 - Email: email@example.com