Learn tools and strategies to improve your treatment of dyspraxia and data collection methods to show your positive impact on academic success.
- TAKE EXAM
- CEU DETAILS
This course is part of Therapies in the School Online Conference 6
Learn practical activities to improve praxis for inside as well as outside the classroom with additional chances to brainstorm based on your caseload. Sensory integration strategies are given to improve executive functioning and increase student success. Data collection techniques to show the effectiveness of interventions will be emphasized.
- Identify and contrast sensory integrative based treatment of praxis issues with treatment using motor learning (practice) and treatment of sensory modulation challenges (sensory diets, Wilbarger Protocol).
- Determine how students’ academic and executive functioning, and their occupational performance may be affected by praxis abilities.
- Design ways to incorporate sensory integration based praxis activities into your present school environment using collaborative problem solving with educational staff.
- Apply data collection skills to behaviors you would like to improve with praxis intervention strategies
Judy is the Founding Director of and Professor Emeritus in the Occupational Therapy Department of the University of New England. She has been an OT for almost 50 years, has served as the Director and Post-Professional Graduate Coordinator for the OT program, founded the Community Occupational Therapy Clinic, was the first female Full Professor at UNE and is a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association. Her clinical work, presentations, and research are in the areas of sensory integration, sensory modulation, manual therapies, clinical research techniques, and PTSD in veterans. She greatly enjoys her volunteer and Board work with Maine State Ballet and Carlisle Academy (therapeutic riding), and she has a daughter who also is an occupational therapist.
Once you purchase an online course you will have access to the course materials. If you have purchased this course, please ensure you have logged in to your account in order to take the exam.
Once you purhcase an online course, you will have the opportunity to take an exam to test your retention of the material. If you have purchased this course, please ensure you have logged in to your account in order to take the exam. The exam must be completed with a pass rate of 80% or more in order to receive your certificate of attendance.
Continuing Education Hours for disciplines not listed below: 2.5 Contact Hours (.25 CEUs). This course is offered for up to .25 ASHA CEUs.
This course meets the CO PT requirements for 2.5 Contact Hours (2.5 points) – Intermediate Level, CAT 1
Approved by the FL Physical Therapy Association for 3 continuing education hours- #____
Approved for FL Occupational Therapists for 3 continuing education hours – CE Broker # ____
Approval # _____ by the New Jersey State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 2.5 CE Physical Therapy License Number __________
This activity is provided by the Texas Board of PT Examiners accredited provider #1910017TX for 2.5 CCUs and meets continuing competence requirements for PTs and PTAs licensure renewal in Texas. Participant's License Number _________
Education Resources is an approved agency by the PT Board of CA for 2.5 contact hours.
Approved provider by the New York State Board of Physical Therapy for 3 contact hours (.3 CEUs)
Approved sponsor by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for Physical Therapy for 2.5 contact hours
Approved sponsor by the State of IL Department of Financial and Professional Regulation for Physical Therapy for 2.5 contact hours
This continuing Competence activity has been approved by the NC Physical Therapy Association #18-0722-024
Approved by the KY Physical Therapy Association for 2.5 Contact Hours. Approval #CS64-2010-KPTA
ASHA CEUs are awarded by the ASHA CE Registry upon receipt of the CEU Participant Form from the ASHA Approved CE Provider for ___CEUs