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Emergent & Early Literacy: The Role of Occupational Therapy Practitioners in Schools
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Type: Download
SKU: OL4979
Type: Download
SKU: OL4979
Publisher: AOTA Continuing Education
Published: 2016
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Product Overview

Presenters:

Gloria Frolek Clark, PhD, OTR/L, SCSS, BCP, FAOTA

Dottie Handley-More, MS, OTR/L

Lenin Grajo, PhD, EdM, OTR/L

Jean Polichino, MS, OTR, FAOTA

 

Earn .15 AOTA CEU (1.88 NBCOT PDUs/1.5 contact hours 

Learning Objectives:

At the completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

·         Articulate the development of emergent and early literacy and the effects on access to print, reading, 

       and early writing 

·         Identify the role of occupational therapy practitioners in emergent and early literacy 

·         Apply literacy concepts during evaluation and intervention

 

Description:

Literacy is embedded within a child’s daily living activities (writing, reading, listening, speaking). Without these basic means of communication, all aspects of occupational participation can be impacted. Occupational therapy practitioners have a critical role in literacy including supporting the development of literacy and providing professional development at a systems-level; evaluating a child’s ability to participate in literacy activities; and providing intervention to enhance participation in literacy activities. This course will offer occupational therapy practitioners working with children the knowledge and skills on emergent and pre-literacy development that can be integrated into OT evaluations and interventions.