Students with Coordination Challenges in the School Setting: Update on Best Practices- Group Access

$250.00
Title
Students with Coordination Challenges in the School Setting: Update on Best Practices- Group Access
Description

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR PURCHASE (GROUP)

This webinar will focus on best practices for children with coordination challenges impacting school participation and performance. Students with mild motor difficulties are frequently referred to school-based occupational therapists. While these difficulties are described as “mild”, these children can go on to develop significant secondary health consequences as a result of their challenges. Students with coordination difficulties often have Developmental Coordination Disorder, Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder and/or a Learning Disability. This webinar will focus on what the current evidence tells us about these children, the evidence-based elements of best practice in the schools, and the application of this knowledge to practice.

After taking part in this webinar, participants will:

  1. Identify the primary and secondary consequences of motor coordination challenges for students on participation and performance, including common co-morbities.
  2. Learn about the evidence related to best practices for occupational therapists in the school system.
  3. Identify and implement evidence-based practice strategies in their school-based practice for students with coordination challenges.

This purchase is for the April 29, 2014 practice evidence 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 immediately.

Use Credits
Group Credits
Presenters
Sandra Sahagian Whalen & Nancy Pollock
Language
English

Product Price

Member Price
$250.00
Price
$475.00
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