Presented by Expert: Andrina Sabet, PT, ATP
DATE: Thursday, September 10, 2020
TIME: 04:00 PM – 05:00 PM EDT Convert into your time zone
Equipment prescription in pediatrics can be overwhelming at times. Clinicians may find themselves isolated in decision making or surrounded by a multitude of stakeholders. This interactive presentation will focus on a team approach to equipment prescription. Climb onboard our bus as we first define a destination by defining the relationship between adaptive equipment and a child. Travel along as we map out our route and explore different models of equipment prescription and the benefits of a team approach. Finally, exit our journey with ideas for clinical leadership in assisting families with decision making for functional tech. The roles of team members, strategies for communication, and a structure for device selection will be discussed. Effective team utilization can minimize misconceptions and optimize outcomes for the assistive technology user in a variety of practice settings.
- Identify team participants and their roles during equipment prescription.
- Describe 3 components of the equipment assessment process that is unique to clinicians.
- Describe 2 components of the equipment assessment process that are unique to suppliers.
- Compare and contrast in a clinical case study how a team interaction can affect outcomes.
Meet the presenter: Andrina Sabet, PT, ATP
She is actively involved with Go Baby Go, a grassroots, open-source movement centered on social mobility opportunities, clinical research, and technological innovation. Andrina has presented locally and nationally on mobility and positioning and frequently collaborates with manufacturers regarding product development.
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