Online Course - Occupational Therapy in School-Based Practice: Contemporary Issues and Trends - Handwriting, Keyboarding, and Literacy: What is the Role of Occupational Therapy? (Session 8)
Yvonne Swinth, PhD, OTR/L, and Dorothy "Dottie" Handley-More, MS, OTR/L
Earn .1 AOTA CEU (1.25 NBCOT PDU/1 contact hour).
With the increased emphasis on literacy for all students, some occupational therapists are being asked to help address handwriting, keyboarding, and literacy for students with disabilities. Gain tools for addressing these skill areas in the school environment.
Please Note: The “CORE course” is no longer a requirement for the Elective Session.
IDEA REAUTHORIZATION UPDATE
The updates related to the 2004 IDEA Reauthorization have been incorporated into the Core Course and Elective Sessions. Most of the requirements remain unchanged from the 1997 reauthorization with respect to occupational therapy service delivery. However, at the time these updates were completed, the proposed implementation regulations for Part C had been issued, but the regulations had not been finalized. Please monitor the AOTA Web site for more details as they become available. When possible, language from the law was used when referring to Part C. If Part C regulation language was used, it is from IDEA 1997.
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