On Demand Courses
- Mounting Speech Generating Devices and Tablets to Wheelchairs
- Pediatric Seating
- Switch Assessment Part 1: Determining the Best Switch Type & Location for Clients with Muscle Weakness
- Switch Assessment Part 2: Determining the Best Best & Location for Clients with Increased Muscle Tone
- Switch Assessment Part 3: Determining the best switch type/location for clients who aren't engaged?
- What Does Research Say About Providing Mobility to Young Children?
- How Do I Know a Child is Ready for Power Mobility?
- How Do I Develop Readiness for Power Mobility?
- How do I Train a Child Who has a a Power Wheelchair to be a Better Driver?
- Power Wheelchair Alternative Driving Methods
- How Do I Determine Which Type of Switch the Student can Use?
- How Do I Determine Where the Student Can Access a Switch?
- How Do I Develop Switch Skills?
- How Do I Develop Scanning Skills?
- How Do I Determine How the Student Can Access AAC?
- Why is the Student Having Difficulty with Direct Access?
- Why is the Student Having Difficulty with Eye Gaze?
- Start at the Beginning: Case Study Showing Positioning, Access, and AT Applications for a Young Child
- Starting Over: Case Study Illustrating Positioning, Access, and AT Applications with a Young Adult
- Time for a Change: Case Study Illustrating a Complex Child Who Has Plateaued in AT Use
- How Does Cortical Visual Impairment Impact Access?
- How Do I Know if the Student is Positioned Adequately in Their Mobility Base?
- Positioning: How Do I Address Poor Head Control in the Seating System?
- Dynamic Seating
- Dynamic Seating: moving beyond static wheelchair seating
- Introduction to Wheelchair Seating and Positioning
- Providing Control of Devices in the Environment for Play, Independence, and Participation
- Seating and Mobility for the Pediatric Population
- Seating Solutions for Clients with Increased Muscle Tone
- Seating Solutions for Aged Care
- Speech Generating Devices: Access, Vision, and Mounting
- The Importance of Early Mobility in Child Development
-Wheelchair Seating Assessment: The Mat Assessment
-Wheelchair Seating Assessment: Positioning the Pelvis
-Wheelchair Seating Assessment: Positioning the Trunk
-Wheelchair Seating Assessment: Positioning the Lower Extremities
-Wheelchair Seating Assessment: Positioning the Upper Extremities
-Wheelchair Seating Assessment: Positioning the Head
- Nighttime Positioning: Postural Care
- Wheelchair Dynamic Seating: Providing Movement for Clinical Benefit
- Wheelchair Power Mobility Assessment: Proportional Driving Methods
- Wheelchair Power Mobility Assessment: Non-Proportional Driving Methods
- Wheelchair Power Mobility: Mobility Training
- Wheelchair Power Mobility: Advanced Features
- Wheelchair Power Mobility Assessment: Determining Readiness
- Power Chair Configuration Considerations
- Wheelchair Power Mobility Assessment: Power Seating
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- Wheelchair Seating: Focus on Specific Populations -
- Matching Products to Seating Needs -
- Wheelchair Seating Interventions -
- Seating Assessment for Mobility Bases: an introduction -
- Positioning the Pelvis -
- Positioning for Function: the Trunk and Extremities -
- Positioning the Head -
- Wheelchair Seating for Kids: What's Different? -
- Dependent Mobility Intervention
- Manual Wheelchair Mobility: self-propulsion -
- The Importance of Early Mobility -
- Augmented Mobility Intervention -
- Power Wheelchairs -
- Dynamic Seating -
- Durable Medical Equipment for Activities of Daily Living -
- AAC: Early Intervention and Transition (with Jill Tullman, MS, CCC-SLP) -
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication – The Role of Occupational and Physical Therapy -
- Speech Generating Devices: Determining Access -
- Switch Assessment -
- A New Era: From EADLs to Alexa! -
- Computer and Tablet Access -
Preparing for the ATP Exam (series):
- Assistive Technology Assessment and Service Delivery -
- Sensory Technologies -
- Recreational Technology for People with Disabilities -
- Alternative and Augmentative Communication -
- Technologies for People with Intellectual Disabilities -
- Assistive Technology Access -
Preparing for the SMS Exam (series):
- The SMS certification: an overview -
- Wheelchair Seating: Postural Care -
- Wheelchair Seating: Pressure -
- Wheelchair Seating: The Mat Examination -
- Wheelchair Seating: considerations for the Hands-Free Sitter -
- Wheelchair Seating: considerations for the Hands Dependent Sitter -
- Wheelchair Seating: considerations for the Prop Sitter -
- Wheelchair Mobility: Ultralight Configuration and Propulsion -
- Wheelchair Mobility: Power add-on options and use for manual wheelchairs -
- Wheelchair Mobility: power wheelchair alternative driving methods -
- Wheelchair Mobility: power wheelchair advanced features -
- Wheelchair Mobility: optimizing driving in power wheelchairs -
- The Top Ten Mistakes Clinicians Make During Seating and Mobility Evaluations -
-AAC: Early Intervention and Transition (with Jill Tullman, MS, CCC-SLP
-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