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Stroke Rehabilitation Module 6: Sexual Function and Mobility, Home Evaluation and Life After Stroke
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 10
Registration Fee: $159
1. Define architectural barriers.
2. Recognize the clear space required for a 360-degree turn in a wheelchair.
3. Recognize the minimum height required to prevent a wheelchair from tipping forward during forward reach.
4. Identify and differentiate between 5 general comments on ramps.
5. Recognize characteristics of stair handrails including grasping surface and non-slip surfaces.
6. Identify the minimum door swing area needed for wheelchairs outside the swing area.
7. Recognize the maximum seat height above the sink for wheelchair users.
8. Identify 3 common kitchen layouts.
9. Recognize the features of the Barrier Free Lift including where installation typically takes place.
10. Identify 5 techniques to consider for ease of mobility and performance of activities of daily living in the bedroom
11. Recognize and differentiate between two bladder care products for women who have survived a stroke.
12. Identify 4 uses of adaptive devices during feeding.
13. Identify the process of donning garments with front fasteners in upper extremity dressing.
14. Identify the process of donning socks in lower extremity dressing.
15. Identify 3 adaptive devices used in dressing.
16. Recognize characteristics of the Zim jar opener.
17. Define leisure attitude.
18. Recognize 4 roles of the occupational therapist when evaluating leisure activities.
19. Identify components of the Leisure Diagnostic Battery Assessment.
20. Recognize Salvatore Dimauro’s change in perspective of physical and occupational therapy services.
21. Identify Barbara Neuhaus’s personal career that is relevant to her personal story.
22. Identify 7 major effects of menopause.
23. Define PLISSIT.
24. Recognize 4 strategies for sexual function and intimacy for patients with decreased endurance.
25. Recognize 4 documentation and billing components for sexuality interventions.
26. Recognize Medicare reimbursement policies for durable medical equipment.
27. Identify basic biomechanics of sitting including the neutral pelvic position.
28. Recognize the five basic measurements for an active individual in a mat assessment for wheelchair use.
29. List common posture of adult hemiplegia for 5 body parts.
30. Identify the pressure-relieving cushion and its indications, and postural/functional considerations.
31. Differentiate between three common seat-to-floor heights of the wheelchair frame.
32. Recognize the use of a portable ramp and its characteristics for individuals using a mid-wheel drive wheelchair.
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Assistants,
Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants
Chapter 25: Sexual Function and Intimacy
Chapter 26: Seating and Wheeled Mobility Prescription
Chapter 27: Home Evaluation and Modifications
Chapter 28: Activities of Daily Living Adaptations: Managing the Environment with One-Handed Techniques
Chapter 29: Leisure Participation after Stroke
Chapter 30: A Survivor’s Perspective
Chapter 31: A Survivor’s Perspective II: Stroke
This course utilizes text from a hard back textbook by Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR/L, BCN, FAOTA “Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-Based Approach” 3rd edition ©2011.
This detailed text combines aspects of background medical information, a comprehensive review of standardized and nonstandardized evaluation procedures and assessments, treatment techniques and evidence based interventions.
Dates and Locations
01-31-2020 - 01-31-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM