Maximizing functional cognition for individuals with spinal cord injury
Register by Monday, February 25, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern time)
Presenter: Sara Kate Frye
There are over 86,000 Canadians living with a spinal cord injury (SCI) and this is expected to increase to 121,000 by 2030 (Farry & Baxter, 2010). Dealing with the life changing effects of a spinal cord injury may be complicated by cognitive impairments which may be present in more than half of people living with this condition. This webinar will provide an overview of the relationship between spinal cord injuries and cognitive impairments. Participants will learn strategies for maximizing cognitive function for success in a structured rehabilitation program, transitioning home, and lifelong health management.
After taking part in this webinar, participants will be able to:
Understand how cognitive deficits may adversely impact participation in a traditional SCI rehabilitation program.
Apply therapeutic strategies to maximize cognitive functioning that can be applied by an interdisciplinary team.
Describe environmental modifications to maximize functional performance for individuals with cognitive deficits.
Level: Intermediate (3-5 years of experience with spinal cord injuries)
Areas of practice: Neurological/neuromuscular
Client age groups: Adults (20-64 years old), Seniors (65+ years old)
Individual registration (for one individual person): $50 for CAOT members / $95 for non-members (plus applicable taxes)
Group registration (for groups of up to 25 people, participating from up to 3 sites/computers): $250 for CAOT members / $475 for non-members (plus applicable taxes)
All cancellation/refund requests must be sent in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellation requests received prior to the registration deadline will be given a 50% refund. CAOT will not provide a refund after the registration deadline. If you are unable to attend the Webinar live, all webinars are recorded (unless there are exceptional technical difficulties) and registrants receive access to the recording following the Webinar.
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