CAOT- Managing Executive Dysfunction to Improve the Participation of People with Stroke
30-May-2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Managing Executive Dysfunction to Improve the Participation of People with Stroke
Register online by May 23, 2017 - 5/30/2017

 

Presenter: Charlie Chung

 
Executive function is frequently impaired (executive dysfunction) in people with stroke and the evidence of effectiveness of existing interventions remains inconclusive. As executive function consists of a number of related processes, people with executive dysfunction can present in a variety of ways depending on which processes are affected and existing interventions may not account for these individual differences. This webinar will review current models of executive function and provide an account of the development of the executive function task application model. A method of profiling people’s executive function to improve occupational performance using the model will be presented.


After taking part in this webinar, participants will:

1. Be aware of executive function models and the development of the executive function task application model (EFTAM).

2.Be able to build an individual’s executive function profile to inform the selection of interventions to optimise occupational performance.

3. Have a knowledge of interventions which have been studied in research trials.

Register by May 23, 2017

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  • Individual registration: $50 for CAOT members / $95 for non-members - plus applicable taxes
  • Group registration: $250 for CAOT members / $475 for non-members - plus applicable taxes
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