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Collaboration for OT and BCBA for Children with ASD

Presented by Renee Watling, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA and Christopher Jones, PhD, BCBA-D

Collaboration for OT and BCBA for Children with ASD

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Children who display challenging behaviors often receive services from a wide range of professionals. In order for intervention services to be the most effective, collaboration between service providers is essential. However, differences in professional practice approaches can make inter-disciplinary collaboration difficult. This course discusses the necessary components of effective collaboration and explores the collaborative practices of occupational therapy and behavior analysis practitioners. Nationally known and respected practitioners from each profession present their unique perspectives regarding a case example of a child with challenging behavior and collaborate to assess the behavior and develop an intervention plan.

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Key Indicators of Primary Dementias and How They Fit Together

Presented by Teepa Snow, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA

Key Indicators of Primary Dementias and How They Fit Together

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Video Runtime: 62 Minutes

For therapists who provide services to people living with various forms of dementia, awareness regarding differential diagnoses in order to tailor condition management and interventions is becoming more and more vital. Current understanding is that labeling someone as simply having a syndrome of "dementia" or mislabeling a condition as Alzheimer's, when it is not, in the early stages of the condition is ineffective and inadequate for best quality care and treatment planning. This session is designed to provide a description and definition of the various forms of dementia in the earlier stages. We will revisit and discuss the five role-plays from the previous part of this course that will confirm or change the predictions of type of dementia based on the interaction and performance on the screening tools.

This is part three of a three part series covering dementias. Be sure to watch:
Part One: Differentiating Dementias: Alzheimer's, Vascular, and Lewy Body
Part Two: Differentiating Dementias: Frontal, Temporal and More

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The Hemiplegic Shoulder: Pain & Subluxation

Presented by Salvador Bondoc, OTD, OTR/L, BCPR, CHT, FAOTA

The Hemiplegic Shoulder: Pain & Subluxation

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This course explores more in-depth treatment considerations for the hemiplegic shoulder. Two issues that are common to the hemiplegic shoulder are subluxation and pain. These issues may be interrelated or independent of each other.

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Developmental Foundations for Children with Feeding & Eating Problems

Presented by Jennifer Pitonyak, PhD, OTR/L, SCFES

Developmental Foundations for Children with Feeding & Eating Problems

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Feeding, eating, and swallowing are complex processes that require the physiological function of body systems and structures as a foundation for the observable, goal-directed actions that emerge with development. This introductory course reviews the body structures and functions required for feeding, eating, and swallowing and discusses their relationship with typical developmental milestones expected from birth through early childhood. Dr. Jennifer Pitonyak uses specific examples to illustrate the development of necessary performance skills for feeding and eating. This course is part of an introductory series on occupation-based approaches to intervention for children with feeding and eating difficulties.

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Engage clients to improve their quality of life

Inspire clients to be active partners in their care. Drive engagement with video-based exercises and client education—assignable via print, text, email, or HIPAA-compliant patient portal and app.

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  • EMR integration and documentation available

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Explore hundreds of activities and educational resources for emotional regulation, cognition, early intervention, hand therapy, and more.

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Introduction to Feeding Therapy

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Thousands of OTs just like you improve lives with MedBridge!

“The home exercise program builder is fantastic, and my patients are impressed that they have access to their own personal routine, which grows and changes with them as they progress.”

Tara Morris, MOT, OTR/L, CLT
Carilion Clinic

“MedBridge is hands down the best online education resource available. It provides extremely clinically relevant, well-presented information from top-notch educators bundled with the ease of portability.”

David Boman, OTR/L, MBA

“MedBridge offers a diversity of courses and mobile components for a busy lifestyle. I really appreciate how the resources and support are available at any time.”

Jennifer Revolinsky, MS, OTR/L
Fox Rehabilitation

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