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Spinal Cord Injury and Occupational Therapy
Self Paced Course
1 Contact Hour
In this presentation, participants will gain a well rounded understanding of the mechanism of spinal cord injury and the potential complications involved. The levels of injury and expectations for functional outcomes will be discussed at length. We will also review therapeutic interventions that can be implemented with this population as well as discussion of adaptive equipment and current technology.
Presenter: Valery Hanks, OTR/L
Benefits of this course
The participant will be able to develop a greater understanding of the spinal cord and spinal cord injuries
The participant will be able to demonstrate ability to anticipate functional expectations dependent on level of injury
The participant will be able gain better understanding of therapeutic interventions and types of adaptive equipment for spinal cord patients
This course is being offered as part of Aspire OT's State Association Partnership Program. This course is free for TNOTA Members.