On Demand Courses


 



AbleNet

-How Do I Develop Scanning Skills?

-How Do I Develop Switch Skills?

-How Do I Determine What Type of Switch the Student can Use?

-How Do I Determine Where the Student Can Access a Switch?

-Why is the Student Having Difficulty with Eye Gaze?

-Why is the Student Having Difficulty with Direct Access?

-How Do I Determine How the Student Can Access Augmentative Communication?

-How Can I Provide Independent Play in the Classroom for my Youngest Students?

-Positioning: How Do I Address Poor Head Control in the Seating System?

-How Do I Provide Alternative Positioning in the Classroom?

-Positioning: How Do I know if the Student is Positioned Adequately in Their Mobility Base?

-Pediatric Seating

-Dynamic Seating

-Pediatric Power Mobility: The Importance of Early Mobility

-Switch Assessment, Part 1: Determining the Best Switch Type and Location for Clients with Muscle Weakness

-Switch Assessment, Part 2: Determining the Best Switch Type and Location for Clients with Increased Muscle Tone

-Switch Assessment, Part 3: Determining the Best Switch Type and Location for Clients who are Not Engaged

-Switch Skills Development, Part 1: I found a Switch Site, How do I Build Basic Skills?

-Switch Skills Development, Part 2: developing switch scanning skills

-Switch Skills Development, Part 3: developing switch skills for driving a power wheelchair

-Power Mobility: Mobility Training

-Power Mobility: is your client ready for a power wheelchair?

-Pre-Mobility Training: developing readiness to use a power wheelchair

-Assistive Technology Mounting


https://www.ablenetinc.com/resources/recorded_webinars/

 



HomeCEUConnection.com

-Augmentative Communication: Beyond Talking (updated Fall 2016)

-Electronic Aids to Daily Living (updated Fall 2016)

-Electronic Aids to Daily Living (EADL): Using Basic EADLs with the Young Child and in the Classroom

 (updated Fall 2016)

-Geriatric Seating (updated Fall 2016)

-Positioning Clients with High Tone(updated Fall 2016)

-Tilt and Recline: clinical indicators (updated Fall 2016)

-Pediatric Seating and Mobility (updated Fall 2016)

-Positioning for Function & Nighttime Positioning

-Seating Assessment, Biomechanics and Product Options (no longer available)

-Early Mobility and It's Importance in Child Development (updated Fall 2016)

-Pre-mobility and Mobility Training (updated Fall 2016)

-Dynamic Seating (updated Fall 2016)


https://www.homeceuconnection.com/course-author/michelle-lange-otr-abda-atpsms/

 



 MedBridge

 -The Mat Assessment

 -Positioning the Pelvis

 -Positioning the Trunk

 -Positioning the LEs

 -Positioning the UEs

 -Positioning the Head


 https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/courses#/occupational-therapy?search=Lange


 



National Seating and Mobility

-Alternative Drive Controls

-Dynamic Seating


https://portal.nsm-seating.com/nsmEducationSeries/

 



OccupationalTherapy.com

Seating for Special Populations: Pediatric, Geriatric, Bariatric, and Degenerative

An Overview of Electronic Aids to Daily Living

Seating: Matching Client Needs to Products

Seating Interventions

Wheelchair Seating Assessment

Tablet Applications

Augmentative and Alternative Communication – The Role of the Occupational Therapist

Durable Medical Equipment

Overview of Computer and Tablet Access

Manual Mobility for Self-propulsion

Power Mobility

Augmented Mobility

Dependent Mobility

Power Wheelchairs: an overview of advanced features

Mounting Assistive Technology to Wheelchairs

Power Wheelchair Assessment: Mobility Training as a Part of the School Day

Power Wheelchair Assessment: the team evaluation

Power Wheelchair Assessment: determining and developing readiness

The Importance of Early Mobility

-Positioning for Function: the Upper and Lower Extremities (not currently available)

-Positioning for Function: the Trunk and Head (not currently available)

Positioning for Function: the Pelvis

Augmentative Communication: Access

Switch Assessment

Wheelchair Seating for Kids: What's Different?

Dynamic Seating

Positioning the Head


Preparing for the ATP Exam (series):

Service Delivery

Legislation

Sensory Technologies

Recreational Technologies

Alternative and Augmentative Communication

Cognitive Technologies

Assessment

Access


www.occupationaltherapy.com

 



PhysicalTherapy.com

Wheelchair Seating for Kids: What's Different?

-Power Wheelchairs: an overview of advanced features (not currently available)

Power Wheelchair Assessment: Mobility Training as a Part of the School Day

The Importance of Early Mobility

-Positioning for Function: the Upper and Lower Extremities (not currently available)

-Positioning for Function: the Trunk and Head (not currently available)

Positioning for Function: the Pelvis

-Augmented Mobility (not currently available)

Manual Mobility for Self-Propulsion

Power Mobility

Dependent Mobility

An Overview of Electronic Aids to Daily Living

Seating: Matching Client Needs to Products

Seating Interventions

Wheelchair Seating Assessment

Overview of Computer and Tablet Access

Switch Assessment

Dynamic Seating

Positioning the Head


Preparing for the ATP Exam (series):

Service Delivery

-Legislation (not currently available)

Sensory Technologies
Recreational Technologies
Alternative and Augmentative Communication
Cognitive Technologies
Assessment
Access


www.physicaltherapy.com

 




SpeechPathology.com

-Interfacing Speech Generating Devices with Power Wheelchairs

-Using Speech Generating Devices to Control Devices in the Environment

-Mounting Speech Generating Devices and Tablets to Wheelchairs (not currently available)

-Positioning and Access

-Speech Generating Devices - access options


Preparing for the ATP Exam (series):

-Service Delivery

-Legislation

-Sensory Technologies
-Recreational Technologies
-Alternative and Augmentative Communication
-Cognitive Technologies
-Assessment
-Access


www.speechpathology.com

 



EarlyChildhoodEducation.com


-Providing Alternative Positioning in Preschool

-Providing Independent Play and Participation for Young Children with Physical Impairments

-Augmented Power Mobility - Bring Mobility to Our Youngest Children

-Ensuring Optimal Positioning for Function for the Young Child


www.continued.com

 



WesternSchools.com

-Introduction to Wheelchair Seating and Positioning Considerations in Occupational & Physical Therapy Practice

-Introduction to Wheeled Mobility Considerations in Occupational and Physical Therapy Practice

(Text based courses)


www.westernschools.com