Tag Archives: OT

Celebrating OT Month! Win a Free Course!

CELEBRATING OT MONTH!WIN A FREE COURSE WITH EDUCATION RESOURCES! April 2016 is OT Month   We would love you hear your thoughts about being an OT.Enter our competition, by sending us a few paragraphs on ONE of the following topics: Tell … Continue reading

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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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Evidence Based Practice: How Are You Measuring Outcomes; PART 4

SPEAKER BLOG SERIES: Suzanne Davis Following a period of intervention children can be assessed using the GAS scaling and be given a numeric score.  This can be used not only on an individual basis but also on a larger scale … Continue reading

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New Study: Helmets Do Little to Help Moderate Infant Skull Flattening

The first randomized trial of helmet use,  published in the BMJ, found “virtually no treatment effect” The New York Times  published the news with links to the BMJ report and to an accompanying editorial by Brent R Collett an investigator at Seattle Children’s Research Institute As therapists, … Continue reading

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Strength Exercise for Aging Adults – CEU course for PTs, OT’s and Assistants

A great CEU course from dynamic instructor: Mark Richards Whether you work in home health, outpatient, skilled nursing, a rehab center, or acute care, this course is designed to help you enhance your strength exercise treatments in a clinically realistic and practical way. … Continue reading

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Therapists – Key Role in Recovery of Boston Marathon Victims

Boston Marathon victims are recovering from their injuries and learning to put their lives back together, with therapists  devoting their time with each individual, and becoming an important part of their lives. Read this article from the Boston Globe By Kay … Continue reading

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