Publisher: AOTA Continuing Education
Available now! This is the third course in the “Performing a Home Health Start of Care” series.
Carol Siebert, OTD, OT/L, FAOTA
Founder and President of The Home Remedy, PLLC
Credit: .1 AOTA CEU, 1 Contact Hour, 1.25 NBCOT PDU’s
As of January 2022, Occupational Therapists can complete a home health start of care for clients receiving home health services. This course will provide you with important information needed during the process of completing the OASIS data set and your OT assessment. Topics covered include the purpose of the OASIS as a data set; OASIS scoring conventions; accessing and using the OASIS Guidance Manual; appreciating terminology differences; key distinctions between OASIS scoring/conventions and common OT assessment and; evaluating performance vs. scoring OASIS.
This is the third course in the “Performing a Home Health Start of Care” series. Individuals completing the series in addition to three ‘Essentials’ courses are eligible to receive the AOTA Performing a Home Health Start of Care micro credential and digital badge. Please see the Performing a Home Health Start of Care digital badge page for more information about requirements for obtaining the micro credentials.
Following completion of this course, the learner will:
1) Recognize the purposes of OASIS.
2) Identify the implications of inaccurate OASIS data.
3) Apply the instructions and scoring conventions associated with OASIS ADL items.
4) Distinguish between definitions and scoring conventions for OASIS ADL items beginning with M vs items from Section GG.
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