Using the Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Productive Aging for Community-Dwelling Older Adults
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SKU: OL5175

Publisher: AOTA Continuing Education

Published: 2019

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Non-Member Price: $34.95

Product Overview


Whitney Lucas Molitor, OTD, OTR/L, BCG

Assistant Professor and Capstone Director

University of South Dakota in Vermillion, SD

Earn .15 CEUs (1.88 NBCOT PDUs/1.5 contact hours)


This course was designed to compliment The Practice Guidelines for Productive Aging for Community-Dwelling Older Adults. Research questions were addressed through a systematic review process, which is highlighted in the presentation. The course offers detail for the use of ICD-10 and CPT codes for evaluation and intervention through the case study application. The course is also designed to  provide information that will translate to best practice in the occupational therapy process using the OTPF-3, domain and process, and finally, to translate knowledge knowledge from the findings into clinical practice through case study application.

Learning Objectives:

Following this course, the learner will:

         Develop a list of assessments recommended for use with community dwelling older adults and become equipped to integrate these into occupational therapy practice.

     Identify how to utilize occupational therapy evaluation as a means of determining barriers, strengths, and supports to occupational engagement and performance as a means of structuring the plan of care and intervention process.

     Apply evidence based interventions to case applications for community-dwelling older adults.

     Describe how multi-component interventions are planned and carried out during the intervention process.