Publisher: AOTA Continuing Education
This course is designed to introduce practicing OTs to the benefits of telehealth while pointing out and mitigating the barriers to online school-based interventions, evaluations, and collaborations
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Rachel Morris, OTR/L
Tricia Castellan, OTR/L
Earn 1.5 NBCOT PDUs/1.5 contact hours
This course is designed to introduce practicing OTs to the benefits of telehealth while pointing out and mitigating the barriers to online school-based interventions, evaluations, and collaborations. In addition to providing information and opportunity for questions and discussion, the participants will work in small groups to adapt a typical onsite therapy activity to an online application.
Following this session the learner will be able to:
· Describe the benefits and limitations of telehealth and why it is being used by school-based therapists.
· Identify methods for providing direct intervention, classroom observation, evaluation, and consultation needs through a telehealth service delivery model.
· Describe techniques to modify an onsite activity for use in an online application.
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