Intervention for the Medically Complex Infant, Young Child, and Student
This comprehensive course will help clinicians make the tough therapy decisions required when managing the care of children with complex medical issues. It will focus on applying evidence to decisions regarding therapy priorities, predicting outcomes, treatment modifications, and making appropriate discharge recommendations. Case studies will be used to advance clinical problem solving skills needed to address the complications and complexities of care that is constantly interrupted by medical issues, hospital stays and surgeries. The material will apply to children in all practice settings:
Participants will be able to apply course learning immediately to:
What others are saying:
"It is often difficult to find courses for those of us working with medically fragile children. I came away with a lot of great resources and treatment ideas."
"This course exceeded my expectations with regards to the information and approach. Jonathan presented his wealth of knowledge in an approachable way. By the end of the course you could not help but respect him as a therapist and know his desire to make a difference in the pediatric population. I hope to see his name as an instructor for other courses in the future."
"Jonathan gave an awakening insight to holistic skilled "therapy" and developmental care of the medically fragile child."
"Wonderful course! Thoughtful! Great reminders on looking at the "entire" picture of the child/family and associated dynamics. The approach of honesty/compassion when working with these children and families was so important- I would recommend it to everyone in the medical field working with kids."
"Great course and opportunity for group discussions for therapists at all settings working with complex patients."