Neurorehabilitation SPCC Series: Core Concepts & Traumatic Brain Injury
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When you purchase this course, you can complete your exam online at AOTA LEARN. Access information is included with your order. Online exam benefits include: computer or mobile tablet; saving responses during exam; instant scoring; access to download/ print transcript and course certificate; 2 additional attempts to pass the exam. Choosing one option for exam grading is required, either online or mail. Paper (scranton) exams can be mailed to AOTA, but no later than June 30, 2014 (allow 6 weeks for grading and certificate). Please read updated online instructions when ordering the course or contact email@example.com for additional information.
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Earn a total of 1.7 AOTA CEUs (17 NBCOT PDUs/17 contact hours)
Core Concepts in Neurorehabilitation: In four lessons, review how neuroanatomical changes affect both cognition and function, taking into account the extent and type of brain damage as well as the preexisting characteristics, personality, and behavior of the client. Study interventions that reduce the cognitive, functional, and behavioral consequences of neurological injury. Review central nervous system anatomy and systems that, when damaged by dementia, stroke, or TBI, result in behavior changes. Examine evidence supporting specialized intervention programs; evidence suggesting that cognitive disorders influence outcomes in terms of functioning and quality of life; an evidenced-based model that articulates the role of occupational therapy in neurocognitive rehabilitation; the role of habits and routines in daily functioning; best practices within the psychosocial dimension of neurocognitive disability; and much more.
- Core Concepts in Neurocognition
- Habit, Routine, and Context in Neurorehabilitation
- Psychosocial Practice Essentials in Neurorehabilitation: Stress, Coping, and Adaptation
Tramatic Brain Injury Diagnosis-Specific SPCC: In four lessons, identify methods for engaging in client- and family-centered care with clients who have impaired awareness. Learn how activity demands and the environment can be manipulated to obtain a “just-right challenge” for clients during the acute inpatient phase of recovery, consider evidence-based interventions to address motor- and process-skill deficits, and more. Review risk factors for TBI; the clinical significance of underlying brain pathology caused by TBI; appropriate methods for measuring recovery from TBI; and occupational therapy strategies for enhancing recovery from TBI.
- Neurorehabilitation of the Client With Traumatic Brain Injury: Overview
- Neurorehabilitation of the Client With Traumatic Brain Injury: The Client in Coma
- Neurorehabilitation of the Client With Traumatic Brain Injury: The Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Phase of Recovery
- Neurorehabilitation of the Client With Traumatic Brain Injury: Community Participation
Core SPCC is highly recommended as a prerequisite for all Diagnosis-Specific SPCCs.
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