Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy
Dear Fellow Occupational Therapy Practitioners:
Members of the Springfield College Department of Occupational Therapy (OT) are sponsoring a workshop with Elaine Adams, corporate director of regulatory compliance for Genesis Rehab Services, so you can:
This affordable and timely workshop with Adams, an expert in the areas of Medicare and healthcare reimbursement, and Laurie Cecchi, a specialist in geriatric clinical practice, will efficiently and effectively answer your questions as OT practitioners, and prepare you to confidently move forward in your practice under PDPM.
The attached flyer provides details about this workshop, including date and time, location, objectives, and continuing education credit. Please feel free to share it widely with all OT practitioners who may be interested.
SC Occupational Therapy_PDPM Workshop2_June2019 (1).pdf
We look forward to seeing you.
Joan E. Simmons, OT, PhD, OTR
Elizabeth R. McAnulty, OT, OTD, OTR
Springfield College Department of Occupational Therapy
A conference for professionals providing care to patients who suffer concussions
Presented by Emerson Hospital’s Dr. Robert C. Cantu Concussion Center and Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative and Sports Therapies, the Concussion Diagnosis and Management Conference will highlight current concepts and guidelines in the diagnosis, medical management, and rehabilitation of acute concussion and post-concussion syndrome in adults and children.
Professionals from a broad range of disciplines, including several occupational therapists on the team, will present and discuss best practices in the clinical assessment, diagnosis, and the medical, rehabilitative and emotional management of concussion. Through lectures, panel discussions and interactive workshops, you will gain practical clinical information that can be translated to practice.
Included in this conferences is two interactive labs (totaling 4 hours of content) presented by our team’s occupational therapists: “Navigating Visual Dysfunction: A Multifaceted Approach (Part I and II)”
AOTA CEU approval pending
MAOT - Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy, Inc.
57 Madison Road, Waltham, MA 02453 - Phone: 781.647.5556 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org