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#256 Brain Rehabilitation: Custom Treatment Plans Tailored to the Brain Injury Survivor

Motivations, Inc.


Format(s):   Live Seminars
Discipline(s):   Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy / Speech-Language / Athletic Training
Contact Hours:   16
Registration Fee:   $495


Objectives
At the conclusion of the course the participant will be able to:
1. Identify at least 2 types of primary & secondary injuries that can occur in a client with a brain trauma.
2. Compare at least 3 factors that differentiate the traditional concepts of concussion from the current concepts of mild brain injury in a traumatize patient.
3. Given literature within the past 5 years, select at least 3 criteria that constitute current best practice recommendations for return to activity/sport in a person with a mild brain injury.
4. Identify at least 3 key concepts that can be applied to your own existing practice, to optimize positive neuroplasticity and/or maximize the treatment effect of a person who experienced a traumatic brain injury.
5. Identify attention as a foundational component of neurological treatment and demonstrate ways to maximize patient attention to treatment.


Target Audience
PT, PTA, OT, OTA, SLP, ATC

Confirmation Notes
This is an 16-hour lecture/discussion course equivalent to 1.6 CEUs. Motivations Inc is an approved provider by The Texas Chapter of the APTA. We follow the PT licensing Board guidelines in the states in which the course is held. Motivations, Inc. is an approved CEU provider by AOTA. This course is offered for 1.6 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Professional area).
$375 Consortium - Group Discount – Register your facility today at the following site Member Registration.
$425 Association - Member of APTA, AOTA, NATA, ASHA, SCARF, etc.
$475 Individual - Single Registration

Agenda
Day 1 8:00 Mechanisms of Injury: Primary Injury to Secondary Effects 9:45 Brain Injury and/or Concussion? Review of the Evidence 10:15 BREAK 10:30 Neuroanatomy and Pathology after ABI/TBI/Concussion 11:00 The Spectrum of Dysfunction -Quality of Life -Community Engagement 12:00 Lunch 1:00 LAB – Cognition as the basis for performance -Arousal, attention, memory, reasoning -Problem solving & executive function 2:00 Sensory processing problems -Tactile, Positional, Visual and Auditory Processing -Arousal 2:45 Vestibular / Balance Disorder 3:30 BREAK 3:45 LAB – Functional Mobility: Evaluation and Promoting Neuroplasticity 4:15 LAB – Visual & Perceptual deficits: Evaluation and Promoting Neuroplasticity 5:30 End of day Day 2 8:00 Management of concussion / post-concussion syndrome / mild BI Evidence Based Guidelines Return to Activity and Community IADL – ADL 9:00 LAB – Dual Task and Multi Tasking testing activities 10:00 BREAK 10:15 Seating and positioning 11:15 Promoting positive neuroplasticity 12:00 LUNCH 1:00 Virtual Reality in the rehabilitation process 1:30 Tele-rehabilitation: practical applications Post concussion syndrome and Mild Brain Injury 2:00 BREAK 2:15 The role of assistive technology from low tech to high tech 3:00 Clinical assessments and outcome tools for reimbursement to guide clinical decisions 4:00 Case Studies: Team Approach to Rehab 5:30 Q & A - conclusion

Description
This course will cover the most up-to-date research in neuroplasticity and connect it to rehabilitation techniques. Only recently have neuroscience research techniques allowed investigation into brain rehabilitation. Through these tools we are gaining valuable insight into motor control and cognition, and how function is recovered after neurological insult. Our skilled therapeutic interventions can be fine tuned to drive the processes that enable the brain to repair itself. This course will combine the latest evidence in neuroplasticity, motor control and physiology in order to identify and sequence a custom treatment plan tailored to the brain injury survivor. Hands on lab sessions will further facilitate proper examination and treatment interventions designed to engage the survivor and promote a rehab program that translates to daily life. Finally, case scenarios will be incorporated to pair clinical reasoning to situations that are encountered in the clinical setting.
Course Registration Rates:
$395 Consortium Registration - Group Discount – To see if your facility is already a Consortium Facility, click on the register button, then the "Fees and Locations tab"
$445 Association Registration - Member of APTA, AOTA, NATA-BOC, ASHA, SCARF, etc.
$495 Individual Registration


Dates and Locations
 
Register Address:   Raleigh North Carolina
Location:   WakeMed
Dates:   06-01-2019 - 06-02-2019, 12:00AM 12:00AM
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