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4 MONTH EBOOK RENTAL- Living with Alzheimer's Disease

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Living with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias A Manual of Resources, References and Information SECOND EDITION

Edited by Sylvia Davidson

Living with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias provides answers to complex questions as caregivers struggle to understand behaviour and provide the best care possible to those with this illness. As the number of persons being diagnosed with dementia continues to rise, there is a growing need for skilled assessment, careful planning and linking with supports.

This revised edition is a practical resource with contributions from several experienced authors. It aims to increase our appreciation of the changes associated with dementia and provide a wide range of resources to help health professionals and informal caregivers.

Major topic areas include Understanding the Illness, The Occupational Therapy Role and Supporting the Caregiver. There is focused attention on theory and assessment with emphasis on functional performance. Special topics covered include driving and dementia, falls and the use of restraints, highlights of specific approaches to dementia programming and an in-depth examination of ethics and dementia care.

This rental expires four months after opening it.

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Development of a Mental Health Driving Screen: SPOT-DS

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Description: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 (12:00pm - 1:00 pm ET)
Development of a mental health driving screen: SPOT-DS
Presenter: Alicia Carey

In mental health, assessing driving ability is complex, due to the fluctuating nature of mental illness, cognitive and psychosocial factors, as well as the impact that medications may have on driving abilities. A screening tool, the Saskatchewan Psychiatric Occupational Therapy Driving Screen (SPOT-DS), has been developed to score these factors and standardize the process, with the goal of achieving consistent and reliable driving recommendations. This webinar will review the research project that resulted in the development of the SPOT-DS, the screening tool itself, as well as practical examples and case studies.

Date:
Tuesday, May 02, 2017
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Driver Rehabilitation Across Age and Disability

As the profession of driver rehabilitation grows, everyone who works with people with disabilities or senior citizens must feel compfortable discussing driving issues and, if needed, offering resources to fully address this skill. This book is a concise, practical learning tool for a variety of medical professionals and will raise the awareness of the skill of driving as an IADL and of the skills of the occupational therapy driver rehabilitation specialist.
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Driving and Community Mobility for Older Adults

Using an evidence-based perspective and key concepts from the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework, this guideline provides an overview of the the occupational therapy process from driving to community mobility among older adults. It defines this process and the nature, frequency, and duration of intervention that occurs within the boundaries of acceptable practice.
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Ethics of Clinical Decision-making for Older Drivers: Report

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Description: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 (12:00pm - 1:00 pm ET)
Ethics of clinical decision-making for older drivers: Reporting health-related driving risk
Presenters: Barbara Mazer, Isabelle Gélinas, Maude Laliberté and Josée Lemoignan

With the aging of the population, the number of older drivers will continue to increase. Occupational therapists must address the issue of driving safety while maintaining confidentiality for their patients as well as ensuring public safety. This webinar discusses the ethics of clinical decision-making pertaining to reporting health-related driving risk of older drivers to licensing authorities. Ethical considerations, including autonomy, confidentiality, responsibility, therapeutic relationships, risk assessment and uncertainty will be discussed. Case studies will be presented to illustrate challenges faced by occupational therapists as they balance their responsibility for their patients while ensuring road safety for all citizens.

Date:
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
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L&L- Driving Mini-series Part 1 - CD Archive

Evaluation of Medical Fitness to Drive: Developing Competence in Canadian Occupational Therapy Practice Part 1 - Webinar Archive
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Presenters: Briana Zur and Brenda Vrkljan
Description: Briana Zur and Brenda Vrkljan will provide an introduction to the series and will also focus on the current state of affairs related to assessing driving and rehabilitation. They will present the notion of a competence continuum and a continuum of practice (screening, referral process, driving retirement), and will include topics such as the duty to report (how it varies provincially and the need for a national strategy).

This purchase is for the January 7, 2014 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation's CD Archive. The CD archive will be mailed upon confirmation of the recipients' mailing address.

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L&L- Driving Mini-series Part 2 - CD Archive

Evaluation of Medical Fitness to Drive: Developing Competence in Canadian Occupational Therapy Practice Part 2 - Webinar Archive
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Presenters: Isabelle Gelinas and Sherrilene Classen
Description: Isabelle Gélinas will present an overview of the theories informing clinical decision-making about assessing medical risk behind the wheel. Sherrilene Classen will finish the presentation with an overview of the Fitness to Drive Screening Measure (FDSM).

This purchase is for the January 21, 2014 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation's CD Archive. The CD archive will be mailed upon confirmation of the recipients' mailing address.

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$475.00
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L&L- Driving Mini-series Part 2 - Web link archive

Evaluation of Medical Fitness to Drive: Development Competence in Canadian Occupational Therapy Practice Part 2 - Webinar Archive
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Presenter: Isabelle Gelinas and Sherrilene Classen
Description: Isabelle Gélinas will present an overview of the theories informing clinical decision-making about assessing medical risk behind the wheel. Sherrilene Classen will finish the presentation with an overview of the Fitness to Drive Screening Measure (FDSM).

This purchase is for the January 21, 2014 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

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$50.00
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$95.00
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L&L- Driving Mini-series Part 3 - CD Archive

Evaluation of Medical Fitness to Drive: Developing Competence in Canadian Occupational Therapy Practice Part 3 - Webinar Archive
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Presenter: Lisa Kristalovich
Description: Lisa Kristalovich will focus on the practical application to client care. The presentation reviews the process and different stages of driving from the healthy adult driver to the medically impaired driver. The occupational therapist's role and tier of expertise for each stage is discussed. Strategies and resources to facilitate client communication and education are provided. This presentation is directed to the generalist occupational therapist who completes driver screening and is looking for more information.

This purchase is for the January 28, 2014 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation's CD Archive. The CD archive will be mailed upon confirmation of the recipients' mailing address.

Member Price/prix de membre:
$250.00
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$475.00
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L&L- Driving Mini-series Part 3 - Web link Archive

Evaluation of Medical Fitness to Drive: Developing Competence in Canadian Occupational Therapy Practice Part 3 - Webinar Archive
Web link archive
Presenter: Lisa Kristalovich
Description: Lisa Kristalovich will focus on the practical application to client care. The presentation reviews the process and different stages of driving from the healthy adult driver to the medically impaired driver. The occupational therapist's role and tier of expertise for each stage is discussed. Strategies and resources to facilitate client communication and education are provided. This presentation is directed to the generalist occupational therapist who completes driver screening and is looking for more information.

This purchase is for the January 28, 2014 Lunch & Learn webinar presentation's web link archive. The archive purchase will be in the format of a web-based link that will be emailed to you separately in the following business days.

Member Price/prix de membre:
$50.00
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$95.00
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