A 1-day seminar is being offered to help raise awareness about specialty products available to help people who are challenged with gait, balance, vision, hearing, and a variety of other deficits.
A course available through the AOTA focuses on strategic evidence-based interviewing in occupational therapy.
A Cross Country Education webinar outlines system changes that have resulted from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and regulations, with an emphasis on the implications for rehabilitation services managers and clinicians.
A September 15 webinar presented by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) focuses on power wheelchairs and the use of mouse emulation to control a computer or speech-generating device.
An October NRRTS webinar will provide participants a review of the anatomical and development aspects of vision, and its link to posture and mobility.
An online course available through the AOTA offers beginner to advanced OT practitioners information regarding the anatomy and kinesiology of the upper quarter and outlines neuroanatomy concepts linked to hand and upper-extremity rehabilitation.
An on-demand, wound care education webcast focuses on the use of mechanically powered negative-pressure wound therapy (NPWT).
A webinar offered through the National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers (NRRTS) outlines “the basics of back supports” and their key role as part of the seating system.
A RESNA webinar presents attendees with the latest advancements in power wheelchair electronics and how these features can offer more function to clients.
A Cross Country Education webinar offers participants a comprehensive review of the interrelated factors that lead to falls and injuries at home.
An intermediate online course emphasizes the consideration required and analysis the Specialist in Driving must conduct regarding each client’s functional mobility with or without a mobility device, as well as their personal vehicle.
A home study continuing education course aims to broaden participants’ understanding of infections and the wound healing process.
To combat the “white water” changes in regulatory and reimbursement scenarios in American Healthcare, Hydroworx is hosting a webinar designed to address aquatic therapy program implications linked to the integration of the Affordable Care Act.
A live web-based course seeks to provide insight into the Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) and assist therapists in avoiding fee schedule adjustments.
Online continuing education provider Biologix Solutions LLC has reportedly teamed up with Pilates Institute of America (PIA Workshops) to offer approved online continuing education courses to physical therapy professionals.
The USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy offers an "Essentials for Appraising Evidence" online course package, outlining clinical practice guidelines, systemic reviews, and 2-part Appraising Intervention Studies.
A follow-up course to a previous webinar conducted in the Fall of 2013 will demonstrate the newest AT apps designed to accommodate students with disabilities.
The earning of a degree is an added credential and can offer an individual the opportunity to share knowledge and experience about the profession that continues to provide a lifetime of career satisfaction.
A 1-hour December 12 webinar from Aquatic Therapy University (ATU) aims to provide participants with novel strategies to address arthritis and osteoporosis.
A new January 13 webinar presented by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA) emphasizes the importance of early mobility in young children through the use of power wheelchairs.