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  • Motor Re-education for Clients with Neurological Dysfunction: Unraveling the Evidence Relevant to Occupational Therapy - Rescheduled from May 8

Details

  • Status Open
  • Date(s) May 31, 2012
  • Time5:00 PM - 8:15 PM
  • Location Charlotte AHEC
  •  Registration is Closed

Fees

Credits

  • 0.30CEU
  • 3.00Contact Hours

Motor Re-education for Clients with Neurological Dysfunction: Unraveling the Evidence Relevant to Occupational Therapy - Rescheduled from May 8

*Registration payment includes Credit Cards and Interfund Transfers ONLY.

Description

****EVENT STATUS UPDATE - NEW DATE BELOW****
This event has been rescheduled from May 8 - May 31 and is now open for registration. Please call 704.512.6556 for additional information.

This three-hour course will cover recent findings regarding neuroplasticity of the central nervous system and how it informs our approach to motor reeducation with clients who have experienced neurological insult or injury. The role of the therapist, personal factors of the client and role of the environment will be considered together as mediating factors in motor relearning. Content regarding adjunctive use of rehabilitation technologies and physical agent modalities and evidence concerning their use will also be discussed. Participants in the course will be challenged to consider occupation-based treatment that incorporates current evidence and promotes maximal motor learning.

Contact

  • Christina P Fisher, 704-512-6556

Sessions

Session Details

Motor Re-education for Clients with Neurological Dysfunction: Unraveling the Evidence Relevant to Occupational Therapy

  • Status Open
  • Presenter(s) Jennifer L Womack, MS, OTR/L, SCDCM
  • Date(s) May 31, 2012
  • Time5:00 PM - 8:15 PM
  • Check-In Time 4:30 PM
  • Credit 0.30 - CEU
    3.00 - Contact Hours
  • Location Charlotte AHEC
Date/Time Title Details
May 31, 2012
5:00 PM - 8:15 PM
OpenMotor Re-education for Clients with Neurological Dysfunction: Unraveling the Evidence Relevant to Occupational Therapy
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