Are you an occupational therapy practitioner (OT and COTA) in the school-based setting and in search of practical ideas that reach beyond the basics of appropriate assessment tools, outcome measures, and intervention strategies? The School-Based OT Webinar: Outside the Box – More Effective, More Efficient, More Practical and Fun is presented by three seasoned Occupational Therapists – Natasha Coetzee Kukuk, OTD, OTR/L, SIPT/Cert, Uyen P. Nguyen, M.S., OTR/L, and Camille Castillo Leach, MS, OTR/L.
Earn 14 AOTA Approved Contact hours:
This webinar is hosted and presented by the AOTA Approved Provider Dr. Natasha C Kukuk. Access will be granted to the approved provider’s website after purchase. All course completion requirements are monitored by the Approved Provider. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.
How the School-Based OT Webinar works:
Step 1: Receive the on-demand webinar access and password details within 24-48 hours of your purchase. Immediately download all the handouts and activity ideas, ready-to-use templates for all needed documentation including forms, letters, reports and an assortment of classroom and home programs as well as essential ready-to-present in-service packages for administrators, teachers, and parents.
Step 2: Watch the 4 videos hosted by School-Based OT and learn up-to-date information regarding the IDEA, the IEP and OT processes, and practical evidenced-based tools for immediate, on-the-job use.
Step 3: Complete the post-test and all the requirements to earn 14 AOTA approved contact hours.
Each purchase is a single license for a single therapist. If additional professionals wish to use the product, the buyer must purchase additional copies.
You have one password for the entire playlist. Please note that your password allows you access to view each video twice.
You may pause and resume play at any time, but once you exit the video player or video App, it will count as a full view and you will not be allowed to view that video again more than twice. Please plan your viewing time accordingly.
The School-Based OT webinar, recorded on February 3 & February 10, 2018, focuses on practical ideas that reach beyond the basics of appropriate assessment tools, outcome measures, and intervention strategies. They identify daily obstacles and provide tried and successful strategies to overcome these challenges by addressing topics such as time management, department development, evidence-based practice, effective team collaboration, cultural awareness, diplomacy, objectivity, funding, budgeting and the effective use of resources.
Supplemented with interactive labs and video clips, this course puts theory into practice and supports the practitioner in using budget-friendly materials.
Shared ideas include effective intervention strategies, ranging from environmental supports to hand-on activities for a variety of clients such as those with autism, sensory processing disorders, and visual impairment.
Supplemental Materials for the School-Based OT Webinar
Participants will also get digital access to a ZIP file that includes: activity ideas, ready-to-use templates for all needed documentation including forms, letters, reports and an assortment of classroom and home programs as well as essential ready-to-present in-service packages for administrators, teachers, and parents.
The following AOTA classification codes will reflect the content of this course:
- Domain of OT: Areas of Occupation
- Occupational Therapy Process: Intervention-pediatric and school-based
- Professional Issues: Legal, legislative and regulatory issues
- Recognize and identify the role and scope of OT as a related service as dictated by federal regulations and be able to identify state and local agency contacts and resources.
- Recognize and identify all processes involved of an effective school-based model, from start to finish.
- Recognize and identify course content, information, tools, resources, and ready-to-use templates to enhance own curriculum and evidence-based service delivery and effective department and time management in everyday practice.
- Identify fun and effective intervention strategies across service levels to add to their daily practice
Course Completion Requirements
Please complete the exam and email it to the email indicated on the exam form. Once you complete all requirements you will be issued a certificate of attendance.
CUSTOMER FEEDBACK ABOUT THE SCHOOL-BASED OT WEBINAR
‘Each of you were so ‘real’ – you are experts but didn’t make anyone feel they do not have something to contribute to the experience. Thanks so much for all that you have shared. I have been looking for a school-based course like this for years. I am glad we found you!
‘I learned so much about the laws, statutes, and regulations that I probably should have known before. I wish somebody told me all of this years ago.’
‘The amount of material and handouts they (the presenters) shared with us is incredible. Thank you so much!’
‘I now better understand what is legal and how to get involved with RtI. You have also given me valuable resources.’
‘I was reminded that school-based OTs have the same issues all over the country. Thanks so much for sharing strategies on how to deal with difficult IEP meetings’
‘The presenters addressed issues I never thought about, but are key for OTs. It will change the way I will offer therapy in schools. ‘
‘I especially enjoyed learning about the appropriate outcome measures I can use in schools. Our district is data-driven and this was so helpful to learn today. ‘
‘ Reviewing the consultative role of the OT and learning strategies for collaboration was very helpful.’
‘ Thanks for all the information on collaboration and sharing so many group activity ideas.’
‘I appreciated all the legal info on IEPs and 504s. I don’t think you learn these things on the job unless you are in a certain situation’
‘You are great speakers and provided excellent insight from your experience. You kept me engaged!’
‘I loved your (the presenters’) personal stories and humor about this challenging job of being a school-based OT.’
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