200 Building Blocks Hybrid Online/Live Workshop
Building Blocks for Becoming a Driver Rehabilitation Therapist
Presenters: Susan Pierce, OTR, FAOTA, SCDCM, CDRS and Carol Blackburn, OTR, CDRS
Live Course: Susan Pierce, OTR, FAOTA SCDCM, CDRS
Recorded in: Orlando FL.
|Date||Ongoing/Live: November 9-10, 2015 in Orlando, FL|
|Course Duration:||35 Hrs.|
|CEUs:||3.5 (35 contact hours)|
|Activity Type:||Online Course, Independent and Live in Orlando,FL|
|Content Focus:||Occupational Therapy Process, Domain of OT & Professional Issues|
Workshop 200 entitled Building Blocks for Becoming a Driver Rehabilitation Therapist is a combination of online instruction and 2 day live instruction with the presenters. The online instruction includes registration for Courses 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 and 106. When your registration for Workshop 200 is confirmed, you will receive by email a pass into each of the online courses listed above. You will have 45 continuous days to complete all of the online courses. Each course test must be successfully completed, 7 days prior to the beginning of the live workshop dates before the registrant is granted access to the live portion. After completion of the live portion, the registrant will receive a certificate of CEUs or contact hours for that specific course.
We encourage you to complete your participation in each course before you attend the 2 day live instruction as you will be expected to know this information and to participate in group discussions. The live instruction is provided in Orlando, FL on posted dates in conjunction with Workshop 300 which is a live 4 day course entitled Take the Wheel: A Driver Education Course for the Therapist. A prerequisite to workshop 300 is successful completion of Workshop 200 by granting of a CEU certificate for the complete workshop.
Following this course the participant will be able to:
- identify the fundamentals for establishing a driver rehabilitation program.
- explain industry specific terminology in the field of driver rehabilitation.
- name the mobility team and identify individual roles.
- explain issues and resources for state driver licensing.
- identify national resources and related professional organizations.
- prepare an evaluation car for a driving program.
- evaluate tools for the clinical phase of a driver evaluation.
- develop a plan of action for starting a new program or updating an existing program.
- apply the occupational therapy practice framework in the occupation of driving.
- summarize component performance skills involved in driving and Develop an occupational profile within the context of driving.
- identify the process for the analysis of occupational performance for driving.
- describe how to evaluate physical impairment that may affect driving performance
- identify clinical tools and strategies for evaluation of visual skills for driving
- describe how to evaluate visual impairment that may affect driving performance.
- identify clinical tools and strategies for evaluation of physical skills for driving
- identify legal terminology relevant to a professional
- identify liability potential and risk management strategies for a driving program.
- identify risk management strategies for a driving program