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Courses

This 4 hour presentation will provide detailed information to occupational therapy practioners, working with older adults, how to implement CDC's evidence-based fear of falling program, A Matter of Balance.
Occupational therapy clients want to know if "Can I drive?" This course is designed for the occupational therapy practitioners who need to address driving as part of the intervention planning, whether it be an older adult with a stroke or a teenager with attention deficits. Understanding the demands of driving task through activity analysis will better equip the practitioner to determine if the client is an at-risk driver. The course is designed to 1) prepare the generalist to articulate the rational for treatment or referral and 2) build an essential foundation for the practitioner interested in considering advanced expertise in driving rehabilitation.
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This annual research symposium provides an opportunity for occupational therapy students and practitioners, consumers of occupational therapy services, and other human service providers to gather ideas and information on current and future practice trends and professional issues in occupational therapy. Graduate occupational therapy students are given the opportunity to present the results of their graduate research and innovative service delivery projects.

This 4 hour presentation will provide detailed information to occupational therapy practioners, working with older adults, how to implement CDC's evidence-based fear of falling program, A Matter of Balance.