New Beginnings

Saturday May 6, 2017 8:00am — 12:30pm

Spring 2017 Treatment Summit
New Beginnings

Pediatrics Track and Adult Rehab Track

Spring 2017 Treatment Summit
New Beginnings

3-Hour Live Interactive/ Participative CE course

Spring 2017 Treatment Summit
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New Beginnings

Brown Mackie College - Boise

Spring 2017 Treatment Summit
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Saturday May 6, 2017 8:00am — 12:30pm

Course DescriptionIOTA Spring Tx Summit will offer two tracks, one pediatric and one adult rehab. Drawing the parallel of springtime and the newly re-formed IOTA, the theme of the treatment summit will be New Beginnings. Each track will be led by occupational therapists with specialty and expertise in their area of instruction. There are no prerequisites to attend these courses and appropriate for all educational levels (introductory, intermediate, or advanced)

IOTA Member
$30
  • OT or OTA
  • Current IOTA Member
  • Register

Non-Member
$70
  • No restrictions
  • option to Join IOTA
  • Register

Student
$15
  • OT or OTA Students
  • No membership required
  • Register

Non-Member Plus IOTA Membership
$70

Non-Member Plus IOTA Membership
$60

Who Should Attend This CourseOccupational Therapists
Occupational Therapy Assistants
OT/OTA Students



Schedule

05/06/2017

Registration

8:00 AM  -  8:15 AM

Welcome, Introduction, and Instructions by IOTA representatives

8:15 AM  -  8:30 AM

Integrating the Visual – Vestibular System and Beyond

8:30 AM  -  10:30 AM

This two-hour workshop will expand on therapist’s current knowledge of sensory processing and integration to further expand and understand specifically the vestibular system and its powerful relationship with the visual system. Understanding and incorporating these two systems simultaneously will not only enhance the therapist’s skills, but also client outcomes. Practical clinical interventions, videos and hand-on

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Lymphedema Management and Care

8:30 AM  -  9:30 AM

This one-hour workshop is designed for practitioners interested in lymphedema. It will cover lymphedema etiology, who is at risk, how to reduce the risk, treatment, and management. Lymphedema affects up to 10 million Americans today and all cancer treatment survivors are susceptible to developing lymphedema. Learning Objectives Describe lymphedema and its etiology. Discuss the 5

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Adult Track Break 1

9:30 AM  -  9:45 AM

Functional Tests and Measures: An Evidence-Based Approach

9:45 AM  -  10:45 AM

This one-hour, hands-on workshop will discuss the importance of using relevant objective tests and measures commonly used by occupational therapy practitioners to assess strength, balance, functional performance, mobility, and ADLs. Specific tests will be practiced in small group lab sessions, and participants will be able to appropriately choose and administer a variety of tests, and

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Peds Track Break

10:30  -  11:00

Adult Track Break 2

10:45 AM  -  11:00 AM

The Occupational Therapist’s Role in Teens with Autism / ADHD Getting Behind the Wheel and Using a Cognitive-based Strategy to Influence Occupational Performance in Adolescents with hfASD

11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM

This one-hour workshop will enhance the therapist’s understanding on their role in assuring that teens with executive functioning deficits or diagnoses such as ADHD and Autism have the underlying skills needed to safely get behind the wheel. Using the Occupational Therapy Framework: Domain and Process, the skills needed will be reviewed, as well as which

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Allen Cognitive Disabilities Theory

11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM

This one-hour workshop will discuss issues related to working with clients with dementia and their caregivers and identify occupational therapy models, assessments, and screening tools based on Allen Cognitive Disabilities Theory that will enhance care and treatment approaches for each stage of dementia. Specific tests will be practice in small group lab sessions, and participants

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