Tag Archives: Occupational Therapist

NEW CEU COURSE – Neurologic Upper Extremity


We are thrilled to offer a new course: Improving Functional Outcomes in The Neurologic Upper Extremity Presented by LaMar Bolden, OTR, DPS, C/NDT an advanced clinical specialist at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, with 12 years experience treating patients with central neurologic dysfunction.   … Continue reading

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Wonderful Testimonial for Acute Care Course


Testimonial from Vivian Attendee at Management of Acutely Ill Patients – KY  “This particular course has given me clarity on how my treatments can profoundly improve my patient’s outcomes. I feel like I now have a voice in the medical field … Continue reading

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The Affordable Care Act: New Opportunities for Cardiac Rehabilitation in the Workplace?


As cardiovascular health takes on a greater focus under the Affordable Care Act  opportunities for therapists to take on a greater role in this area  will be rapidly expanding.   The current era of health reform in the United States that … Continue reading

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Calling all Occupational Therapists from Florida


A reminder for Florida Occupational Therapists: your required 26 hours of continuing education need to be completed by February 28th 2015.We are offering many dynamic courses in Florida through 2014 and early 2015. CEU information: Education Resources is an Approved … Continue reading

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Considering Getting an AOTA Specialty Certification in Feeding and Swallowing?


Did you know that many of our feeding and swallowing courses can serve to meet the objectives you set for yourself to become certified for advanced practice?  Applicants for advance certification are welcome to use any continuing education course that … Continue reading

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Physical Therapy Designed for Cardiac, Pulmonary Patients


Our new Faculty Member Komal Deokule shares how her clinic caters to the special needs of cardiac and pulmonary patients: Please listen to her podcast  shared here with you from “pttalker” Please share with us how your clinic meets the special needs … Continue reading

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Therapies in the School Online CEU Courses – Testimonial


Great Testimonial for our Online Courses….. thank you Amanda“What can I say, I am already halfway through my online version of Therapies in the School and I have already learned so much about current topics that I was interested in!!! … Continue reading

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Corrected Information from Erin Ross – Picky Eaters Course in Nebraska


FROM: Faculty Member Erin Ross TO: Participants of Picky Eaters vs Problem Feeders Course – June Nebraska Dear Course Participants, I erroneously stated that the CDC charts have been updated with the World Health Organization charts.  Please remember that the … Continue reading

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Therapies in the School Early Bird Registration


We are pleased to share with you the outline for our Popular annual conference:And we would like to offer you our: Early Bird Registration Rate of $399 Register for the TWO DAYS of the conference before July 1, 2014 and get a reduced rate of  $399.  Mention “Therapies … Continue reading

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Introducing our New Faculty Member – Randy Fedoruk


We are thrilled and excited to announce to new addition to our team of faculty members: Randy Fedoruk Randy has been practicing as a pediatric occupational therapist for over ten years.  He has experience working with infants, toddlers and school … Continue reading

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