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CONTINUING EDUCATION AVAILABLE IN MONTANA & BEYOND

 

Don’t miss this current best practice learning opportunity! 

Nationally known speakers in Montana! 


School-Based Occupational & Physical Therapy 

Annual Conference


Dates: Thurs., Oct 17th & Fri., Oct 18th 2019


Location: University of Mary Billings Campus

2590 Holman Dr. Billings, MT 59102


Instructors: Lauren Holahan, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA & Laurie Ray MPT, PhD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Day 1 Objectives:

Educationally Relevant Related Services -- Using educationally relevant clinical reasoning with a case study, participants will be able to:


1.Understand and identify appropriate participation-focused school-based evaluation methods 

2.Analyze the complexity of individualized service delivery determination

3.Construct data-rich present levels of student performance

4.Construct student-centered goals and objectives, including a progress monitoring plan

5.Create an educationally relevant plan of care


Day 2 Objectives: 

Embedding Movement in Instruction -- As a result of engaging in this session, participants will:


1. Understand the role of movement in learning

2. Experience movements that help the brain and body work together

3. Acquire resources & ENTHUSIASM for implementing movement in classrooms

4. Design a bank of Montana-specific movement-rich instructional strategies

5. Identify academic and functional student outcomes from incorporating movement into instruction 


Cost:

Therapists, Educators & Administrators  $135 OT/PT/Education Students $35

12 C.E.U.  ~ OPI Credits available ~ Credits pending with OT Lic. Board


Block of rooms reserved at:

TownPlace Suites Billings (just a couple blocks from campus)

2480 Grant Rd  -- 406-652-7106


For latest updates and to register:          http://www.mtschoolotpt.org/

 

 

  

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#160 Restore the Core: Motor Control and Core Strengthening Basics and Beyond

CLICK HERE for Brochure

 
Instructor: Caroline Creager, PT, DPT 
Billings, MT – Hosted by St John's Lutheran Ministries
 October 19-20, 2019 
8:00 am – 5:30 pm
16 hours, 1.6 CEU

1-800-791-0262 ext 1

sboston@motivationsceu.com

Core strengthening and motor control exercises are integral components of any rehabilitation program.

Restore the Core provides therapists with an evidenced-based approach to incorporating motor

planning and core stability into functional movement and neuromuscular re-education.

Restore the Core will not only help your patients flatten their abs, improve their balance, core strength,

stability, incontinence and low back pain - but you as well! Dynamic lectures, audiovisuals,

demonstrations, case studies, labs and handouts provide participants an understanding of

the theory underlying motor programming and core strengthening exercise, design and

progression of training programs, and special considerations for training a wide variety of

diagnoses and functional limitations. Interactive lab sessions allow participants to learn and

practice techniques to facilitate palpation, correct core contractions and dynamic stabilization

using Swiss balls, foam rollers and resistive bands, and apply kinesiology tape to the

core to further promote restoring the core - for immediate implementation into the clinic.

Come find out why participants love Restore the Core.

 

 

 


 

 

ALL CEU CLASSES ARE ACTIVE AND READY TO VIEW AND COMPLETE ONLINE! 

4 MOTA SPONSORED CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE


 

   (1) Superficial Physical Agent Modalities Courses (2014)

Currently, the NEW SPAMS videos are being offered online ONLY. THE DVD VERSION IS NO LONGER PROVIDED.   In order to complete your SPAMS education hours, you will register and pay online below.  The cost for 16 hours of continuing education is only  $160 for  MOTA members & $225 for Non-MOTA members. 

  • Day 1 Agenda for SPAMS VIDEOS

    9:30-11:30

    —  SPAMS within OT Framework and MT law

    —   Inflammation and Repair

    1:30-3:30 Pain

    —  Cryotherapy

    3:45-5:45

    Lab time with cryotherapy and case studies

    Day 2 Agenda for SPAMS VIDEOS

    9:30-11:30

    —  Operations, maintenance, safety  rules and precautions

    —  Superficial heat

    12:45-2:45

    —  Applications of superficial heat with case studies

    3:00-5:00

    —  Documentation , patient education and billing

    —  Putting SPAMS into practice, testing, and competencies

     

Licensing Laws:

Superficial Physical Agent Modalities- This track offers what you need to meet Montana licensure proof of competency. From the principles of physics related to select modalities, physiological, neuro and electro physiological changes that occur with application of select modalities to indications and contraindications for selecting and applying modalities. Additionally, the guidelines for treatment within OT’s philosophical framework, patient education, safety rules and precautions, documentation and billing will be addressed. The role of COTA and OT supervision requirements are clarified. APPLICATION FOR  MODALITIES FOUND HERE

 

 

 TO REGISTER FOR THE

SPAMS

ONLINE VIDEO CEU COURSE,

CLICK HERE

 

 (2) IONTOPHORESIS

The Iontophoresis video series is from a MOTA conference class in 2006 featuring instructors: Terry Caulkins, OTR, CHT, Susan Anderson, and Tim AhSing and will count 6 CEUs toward your Iontophorsesis accreditation for the State of Montana. In order to be approved to preform Iontophoresis you must be approved to do deep physical agent modalities in the state of Montana.

This is online format.  This course is worth 6 Continuing Education Hours.

Please see MT state licensure laws:  APPLICATION FOR  MODALITIES

Cost is $60 for MOTA members and $100 for non-members. 

We NEED YOUR MEMBERSHIP. 

Please consider becoming a MOTA member before you register for this course!

Please contact Lisa Lowery, MOTA president at OTLisa2015@gmail.com if you have any questions.

 TO REGISTER FOR THE

IONTONPHORESIS

ONLINE VIDEO CEU COURSE,

CLICK HERE

                       

(3) INFLUENCING THE NEUROEQUIPMENT OF THE CHILD

This course was presented at the 2006 MOTA conference by Questa Wylie, MSOTR/L. This course is now online format.  This course is worth 4.0 Continuing Education Hours.

Cost is $40 for MOTA members and $60 for non-members. 

 We NEED YOUR MEMBERSHIP. 

Please contact Lisa Lowery, MOTA president at OTLisa2015@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Please consider becoming a MOTA member before you register for this course!

TO REGISTER FOR THE

INFLUENCING THE NEUROEQUIPMENT OF THE CHILD

ONLINE VIDEO CEU COURSE,

CLICK HERE

                              

            (4) UNDERSTANDING VISION    

This course was presented at the 2006 MOTA conference by Questa Wylie, MSOTR/L.

This course is now online format.  This course is worth 4.0 Continuing Education Hours..

Cost is $40 for MOTA members and $60 for non-members. 

We NEED YOUR MEMBERSHIP. 

Please consider becoming a MOTA member before you register for this course!

Please contact Lisa Lowery, MOTA president at OTLisa2015@gmail.com if you have any questions.

 

 TO REGISTER FOR THE

UNDERSTANDING VISION 

ONLINE VIDEO CEU COURSE,

CLICK HERE

 

 

 

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