Continuing Education

Upcoming contact hour opportunities are posted in the event calendar. If you are interested in presenting a continuing education class, please contact [email protected] 

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Past Contact Hour Opportunities - Registration for these events are closed. 

Join OTAC at Accessible Systems (Englewood, CO) for Grading and Adapting Transfers

In this course, Lenore Morton (COTA), will focus on Grading and Adapting Transfers, including how transfer techniques seriously affect the lives of our patients and the importance of learning techniques that allows for efficient and easier processes.  The course will discuss the thoughts about when to compensate or rehabilitate for declining function. Through demonstrations with spinal cord injury patients, students, and therapists, gain insight into how to teach different clients who need to transfer using various adaptive equipment.(1.5 Contact Hours Awarded)


Addressing Driving and Community Mobility with Older Adult Clients

Occupational therapy practitioners are identified as the experts of instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) including driving and community mobility. The driver rehabilitation specialist is the expert in driver rehabilitation services.  This workshop will help to delineate these roles for the OT generalist and the driving specialist and emphasize how both roles are essential to provide services to older adults in our communities. We will discuss responsibilities of occupational therapy practitioners related to driving and community mobility, Colorado specific statutes, resources and collaboration opportunities.

Learning Objectives

Attendees will be able to:

  • Describe how occupational therapists are uniquely positioned to address the driving and community mobility needs of individuals with disabilities and older adults
  • Explain the Spectrum of Driver Services document and how it pertains to practice
  • Identify driver rehabilitation services within their community for appropriate program referrals
  • Understand the various resources available for occupational therapy practitioners and clients

Presenters

Christy Dittmar, MS, OTR/L, CDRS
CNS Adaptive Driving Solutions

Denise Kaplan, OTR/L, CDRS
CNS Adaptive Driving Solutions

Marlis Lane, OTR/L, CDRS
Covell Care and Rehabilitation

Terri Cassidy, OTD, OTR/L, CDRS
Fitness to Drive, Penrose Hospital


An Evidence and Clinical Based Approach to Electrotherapy in Hemiplegia

Come join us Saturday, February 18th from 9a.m .to 1p.m. at Regis University to learn from Alfred G. Bracciano, EdD, MSA, CPAM, OTR/L, FAOTA, FAIS. He will provide expertise, education, discussion, and hands on learning about how to incorporate electrotherapy into daily practice with hemiplegia patients.

What's in it for me: 4 contact hours, networking with other OT/OTA's, engaging with Creighton-Regis OTD students, This workshop will provide clinicians with a foundation for adjunctive clinical use of electrotherapy outlining the biophysiological impact on client factors and motor performance.

Parking: Please note there is another big event being held on campus on this day. You will need to park in Lot 5 or Lot 7 only for the event and to allow extra time for parking/walking to the building. Click here for a campus map.

There are only 50 spots available. It will be first come, first serve-- get registered today!