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Dementia: Improving Activities of Living

Presented by Carrie Ciro, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Dementia: Improving Activities of Living

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Video Runtime: 117 Minutes; Learning Assessment Runtime: 70 Minutes

In this course, the participant will receive a broad overview of the activities of daily living (ADLs) that dementia patients excel at, while addressing common errors they may make as a function of the severity of their dementia. Assessment of ADLs, with a focus on meaningful goals, will be introduced as a motivator for therapy and an enhancer of recovery. This course outlines a step-by-step task-oriented training using a motor learning framework and includes opportunities to develop meaningful treatment plans.

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Motor Rehabilitation Post-Stroke: Principles of Neuroplasticity and Motor Learning

Presented by Lorie Richards, PhD, OTR/L

Motor Rehabilitation Post-Stroke: Principles of Neuroplasticity and Motor Learning

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Hemiparesis is one of the most common impairments experienced by individuals with stroke. It is one of the most disabling of conditions, and regaining adequate use of the arm and leg after stroke is a highly desired goal for many individuals. Currently, the only treatment for hemiparesis is motor rehabilitation. Thus, it is important that therapists provide the most efficacious and effective motor rehabilitation. The goal of this course is to present the attendee with information about the kinds of motor training that facilitate the most motor function recovery in the upper extremities after stroke. The first module will review the neurology of the motor system, and discuss the main motor impairments that arise following a stroke. Module two will present the principles of practice that facilitate neuroplasticity in the motor system. These principles serve as a basis for designing motor rehabilitation protocols for promoting motor recovery after stroke. The third module will discuss the evidence for the most commonly studied upper extremity motor rehabilitation protocols, while the last module of the course will expose the attendee to experimental treatments for post-stroke hemiplegia/hemiparesis.

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Discharge Planning Part 1: Introduction to OT in Acute Care

Presented by Suzanne Holm OTD, OTR, BCPR and Helene Smith-Gabai PhD, OTR/L, BCPR

Discharge Planning Part 1: Introduction to OT in Acute Care

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This course sets the stage for understanding occupational therapy's role in the acute care setting, and how discharge planning and recommendations have evolved as an essential part of a patient's road to recovery and rehabilitation. The paradigm shift in OT services from Assessment-Intervention-Discharge Planning to Assessment-Discharge Planning is discussed. Occupational therapy practitioners must consider both the internal and external factors when making discharge recommendations to minimize the risk of adverse events and readmissions. Finally, this course reviews the different types of settings that patients may be transferred to after discharge along with their criteria, to help the OT practitioner effectively problem solve in making the most appropriate recommendation.

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“MedBridge is best in class in online education with instructors who are experts in their fields. Their comprehensive courses have definitely taken me to a higher level of practice.”

Paula McElmeel, MOTRL, CSRS, CBIS

“MedBridge is a great tool for practitioners to provide to patients and their caregivers for education, symptom management, preventive care, and exercise programs. It's simple and easy to use for any practitioner in any setting. The videos are especially effective for reinforcement.”

Quynh Nguyen, MSOT
University of California San Francisco Medical Center

“As a new therapist, I love having access to a diverse bank of continuing education courses. When faced with a new diagnosis or when having to meet evidence-based treatment principles, I often turn to MedBridge for guidance.”

Jennifer Kaspar, OTR/L
Inpatient Rehabilitation in Albuquerque

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