CE: The Task Oriented & Constraint Induced Movement Approaches to Neurorehabiliation - OT Refresher Course
Neurorehabilitative approaches are intervention strategies that promote occupational performance and participation with individuals who have neurological injury or neurological development that is altered and impacts day-to-day activities.
On-demand, ongoing enrollment
- Understand the factors and trends influencing the larger profession from the perspectives of theory, reimbursement and client centered care.
- Describe the assumptions, assessments, and intervention strategies associated with the OT Task-Oriented approach and Constraint-Induced Therapy approaches
- Describe the evidence that supports the OT Task-Oriented Approach Constraint-Induced Therapy approaches
Contact hours: 6
AOTA Continuing Education Units (CEUs): .6
NBCOT Professional Developmenty Units (PDUs): 7.5
AOTA Classification Codes: Domain of OT; Occupational Therapy Process: Professional Issues