Occupational therapy and self-injurious behaviour in children with neurological conditions
Register by 10:59 a.m. (Eastern Time) on May 26, 2020
Presented by: Courtney Hall & Mary Glasgow Brown
Occupational therapists work with children who experience self-injurious behaviour (SIB) and neurological conditions such as autism spectrum disorder or genetic syndromes. The role of the occupational therapist is key in providing recommendations related to safety, equipment, vehicle transportation, regulation and occupations.
Referencing a multi-disciplinary SIB clinic, this webinar will provide insight into the challenges that children with SIB and their families face. These include: physiological risks, the impact on occupational participation, and the strain on families. Participants will gain insight into the role of the occupational therapist as well as other key team members working with children who exhibit SIB.
After taking part in this webinar, participants will be able to:
Describe self-injurious behaviour (SIB) within the pediatric population.
Understand the role of occupational therapy for children who exhibit SIB.
Identify key resources, including team members, equipment and support for families.
Level: Intermediate (3-5 years of experience in this specific practice area)
Areas of practice Mental health, Cognitive
Client age groups Young children (0-4 years old), School aged children (5-12 years old), Adolescents (13-17 years old)
Included with your registration fee
Access to watch the webinar live, access to the webinar recording (within three business days, pending exceptional technical difficulties), presentation handout, certificate of attendance
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 at least one week prior to the webinar will be given a 50% refund. CAOT will not provide a refund six days or less prior to the webinar. If you are unable to attend the webinar live, all webinars are recorded and registrants receive access to the recording following the webinar, pending exceptional technical difficulties, within three business days.
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