Continuing Education Program
Part 2 – May 13th from 12-2 PM PDT
In part two of the four-part series, the evaluation and goal development processes will be examined as an essential component for developing a plan for the use of assistive technology and equipment in the school setting. Specifics will be provided regarding both informal observation as well as standardized testing options and how to assimilate all results and considerations to develop educationally relevant therapy plans and equipment interventions. Do’s and Dont’s of IEP goal writing will be provided. The speaker will use several case studies to explain the process of obtaining and implementing equipment that supports the multidisciplinary goals of the team particularly as they relate to seating equipment.
Attendees have the option of attending the course to earn Free CEU credits or to participate without earning credit. If you are interested in attending but cannot make the live webinar, we will email you the link to the recording. Recorded webinars are not offered for CEU’s
Clinical attendees who wish to earn the CEU credits can register for free using the link below. Those wishing to attend without earning credits may can also register using the same link below.
- Describe at least 3 elements of an initial evaluation in the school setting including functional observation and components of a mat evaluation.
- List at least 3 available standardized assessments, classification systems or scales that are available to therapists in the school setting.
- Utilizing evaluation information, formulate at least 3 age appropriate, functional, measurable, and multidisciplinary goals for the IEP.
- Identify 3 aspects of the process of obtaining CRT equipment to support IEP goals.
Approval for .2 CEUs through IACET and Texas Board of Physical Therapy Association for this course are pending.
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