ACUTE CARE Continuing Education Courses for PT’s, OT’s and SLP’s

Acute Care CEU CourseEducation Resources offers many evidence-based, clinically relevant CEU courses for occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech language pathologists, working in the Acute Care setting and beyond. Our cutting edge courses are taught by distinguished internationally renowned faculty who are leaders in their field.

Our Acute Care Courses and other relevant courses across the continuum of care are listed here. As always if you do not see the topic you are interested in, or if you have topic/speaker suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Please visit individual course pages below for full details, dates and venues, to download a brochure and for registration details.

Improving Functional Outcomes in the Neurologic Upper Extremity
LaMar Bolden

Geriatric Neurology in the Medically Complex Client
Jennifer Bottomley

Treating Falls and Balance Problems
Jennifer Bottomley

Geriatric Neurology: Falls Prevention and Balance
Carole Burnett

Improving Outcomes for the Medically Complex Patient: Acute Care, Home, Rehab, SNF, OPD
Suzanne Clark

Best Practices in Home Care 
Suzanne Clark

Management of Acutely Ill Patients: An Evidence Based Approach from a Cardiopulmonary Perspective
Komal Deokule

Measurable Outcomes and Evidence Based Treatment in Patients with Neurologic Disorders
Kari Dunning 

The Cardiac Patient: Reaching Full Potential Safely
Donna Frownfelter

Nothing Else Matters if you Can’t Breathe
Donna Frownfelter

Intervention in the NICU: A Neurodevelopmental Approach
Roberta Gatlin

Mobilizing the Medically Complex Acute Care Patient (An Evidence-Based Model)
Ellen Hillegass

Management of the Complex Acute Care Patient
Dan Malone

ICU and Acute Care Update
Christiane Perme

Treating Patients in the Critical Care Setting: Maximizing Potential
Steven Sadowsky 

Stroke Recover Across the Continuum of Care
Maureen Whitford

Brain Injury Rehabilitation (TBI and Post Concussion Syndrome)
Sharie Woelke


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