CEU Opportunities

Sense + SenseABILITY | Nov. 15-16, 2019

Attend the largest sensory processing conference in the United States.

Livestream or join in-person! CEUs available.

Explore the crucial role sensory processing/sensory motor experience plays in shaping human development. We will examine the impact of sensation on ‘sense of self’ and self-agency.

Register here.

Ad paid thru 11/16/19

Remodel vs Adapt? How Occupational Therapists can help clients choose a Home Modification Plan that meets their needs

  • November 16, 2019
  • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • 8820 Monard Dr. Silver Spring, MD 20910
  • Fee: $99
  • CEUs: .3 AOTA CEU’s or 3.0 Contact Hours

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Through discussion of evidenced based research and a local home modification program, occupational therapists (OT’s) will learn how to advocate for their services as part of a comprehensive home modification and accessibility plan. OT’s in all areas of practice will be able to utilize the concepts learned at this class for discharge recommendations, short term impairments and long term disabilities. The course will be held in a contractor’s showroom. In addition to a written instructional booklet and photographs, participants will have hands on experience with many of the solutions discussed during the class.  The class will address AOTA Continuing Education Classification Codes of Domain of OT, Occupational Therapy Process and Professional Issues. 

ABOUT YOUR PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR: Tori Goldhammer, MS, OTR/L, ATP, ECHM, CAPS, CEAC has been the owner of Living at Home Consultations for 10 years and an occupational therapist for 19 years. Currently she is the Clinical Manager of a grant based home modification program launched in Washington DC in 2016. Tori has earned the following certifications: Assistive Technology Practitioner, Certified Aging in Place Specialist, Executive Certificate in Home Modifications and Certified Environmental Access Consultant. Tori has authored numerous articles, co-authored a chapter in Occupational Therapy text book and a standardized, evidence based Occupational Therapy assessment. She has been interviewed by newspapers, NPR’s Marketplace and the American Occupational Therapy Association. Recently she co-authored an article in peer review journal as part of a Johns Hopkins team assessing home safety. Tori has extensive training in fall prevention and environmental modifications for physical, sensory and cognitive disabilities. 

More information and registration may be found online. 

Ad paid thru 11/16/19

Edema Management for the Non-Lymphedema Therapist
– Practical, Hands On Course

Have you every had a patient with a history of chronic edema? Does chronic edema inhibit progress in some of your patients? Would you like to improve the outcomes and function of individuals with chronic edema using the latest treatment options? If you answered yes to any of these question, this is a course you don’t want to miss!

To learn more or to register, visit CEU Healthcare Courses

Ad paid thru 11/09/19