Practical, Innovative Strategies for Restoring
Work, self-care, leisure activitiesfor those individuals who have suffered a
serious injury or illness, return to these once-simple activities might raise
numerous obstacles. Clients will undoubtedly want to transition back into their
daily activities as soon as possible, but unfortunately for many, there will be
a sharp inability to function as they once did. Our job as clinicians is to help
restore a client's functional independence, working to integrate the whole
health team into the development of a comprehensive treatment plan. Relating the
client diagnosis to the affected ADLs not only helps the health care team
understand the treatment plan better, it justifies the need for
This one-day seminar will provide clinicians with ample case study examples of
how to weave ADLs and IADLs into a client's therapeutic interventions with
respect to diagnosis. From activity analysis to home management strategies,
participants will examine and discuss all the puzzle pieces that go into
building a comprehensive and tailored treatment plan. Specific interventions for
adult and geriatric populations will be outlined and current assistive
technologies (e.g. smartphone/tablet apps), and how they enhance functional
performance, will be examined. In addition, the speaker will address federal
tags (F-tags) as they relate to ADLs and will outline easy-to-implement
strategies to improve survey compliance. Attendees will return to practice with
practical, effective ways to incorporate ADLs and IADLs into therapeutic
treatment plans and with the tools to document each case effectively.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
comprehensive, interactive strategies for improving ADL/IADL activities for
individuals with limited range of motion, diminished strength, incoordination,
neurological deficits, and low vision
Examine current assistive technology devices (including smartphone/tablet
apps) and how they enhance functional performance
Define Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), Instrumental Activities of Daily
Living (IADLs), and "Level of Independence" according to both therapy and
activity analysis to facilitate ADL independence with clients with varying
Develop interactive tools that help clients identify problem areas by breaking
down daily activities into manageable components
Illustrate how to adapt common ADL/IADL interventions for a variety of
functional limitations and unique situations
Differentiate and critique various standardized tests of ADLs/IADLs
Discuss various methods of teaching ADLs to clients and determine which
approach to client education best fits the individual in treatment
Outline best practices for selecting and using adaptive equipment to improve
ADL performance, both in the clinic and at home
Compile solutions for enabling ADLs/IADLs through technology
Identify key federal tags that relate to and help surveyors assess compliance
with ADL status regulations
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
SACHIN CHOGLE, OTR, CAPS, CEAS, MBA, is a
licensed occupational therapist with more than sixteen years of experience in
geriatrics and adult rehabilitation, including two years as a regional rehab
director managing nine skilled nursing facilities across two states. Currently,
Mr. Chogle is a home evaluation/modification and ergonomics consultant in St.
Petersburg, Florida, and the regional director for Aveerat Staffing, LLC, which
manages the careers of licensed physical therapists, physical therapy
assistants, occupational therapists, certified occupational therapy assistants,
and speech-language pathologists.
Mr. Chogle is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and a
Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist as well as a Certified Ergonomics Assessment
Specialist and has enthusiastically educated many multidisciplinary team members
and family members over the last 16 years. His extensive clinical and management
experience provides his audiences with a unique perspective on how to best meet
the therapeutic needs of the client while working to develop and maintain
strategies to improve documentation and survey compliance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants
Physical Therapist Assistants
Directors of Nursing
Licensed Practical Nurses
Certified Nurse Assistants/Nursing Aides
Cross Country Education, LLC is accredited as a
provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing
Center's Commission on Accreditation.
This course is offered for 6 contact hours.
Cross Country Education is an approved provider with the Iowa Board Of Nursing,
approved provider #328. This course is offered for 7.2 contact hours.
Cross Country Education is approved by the California Board of Registered
Nursing, Provider #CEP 13345, for 7.2 contact hours.
Cross Country Education is an approved provider by the Florida Board of Nursing,
provider #50-466. This course is offered for 6.0 contact hours.
Cross Country Education is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education.
This course is offered for .6 AOTA CEUs. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not
imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures
by AOTA. AOTA Educational level Introductory, Category 2: Occupational Therapy
This program has been submitted for 6 continuing education credits to the New
Jersey State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for Physical Therapists and
Physical Therapy Assistants.
Cross Country Education is seeking Direct Access approval from the Pennsylvania
State Board of Physical Therapy.
This program has been submitted for 6 continuing education credits to the
District of Columbia Board of Physical Therapy for Physical Therapists.
This course has been approved by the Maryland State Board of Physical Therapy
Examiners for 0.6 CEUs. You will be issued a CEU certificate upon completion of
the course. A record of CEUs earned will be retained by the sponsor.The Maryland
Board of Physical Therapy does not award CEUs for fractions of an hour per COMAR
This program has been approved by the West Virginia Board of Physical Therapy
for 6 Continuing Education hours (Approval #CCE-F12-12). Approval of this course
does not necessarily imply that the WV Board of Physical Therapy supports the
views of the presenter or sponsor.
Cross Country Education is accredited by the American Academy of Nurse
Practitioners as an approved provider of nurse practitioner continuing
education. Provider number: 060313. This program was planned in accordance with
AANP CE Standards and Policies and AANP Commercial Support Standards. This
course is offered for 6.0 contact hours.
Cross Country Education provider #1005, is approved as a provider for social
work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Licensure Boards (ASWB),
through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program (an approved provider
since 1999, approved through 1-27-15). Cross Country Education maintains
responsibility for the program. Social workers will receive 6 continuing
education clock hours for participating in this course. Licensed social workers
should contact their individual state jurisdiction to review the current
continuing education requirements for licensure renewal. Visit ASWB's website at
www.aswb.org for more information.
According to the regulatory criteria established by the New Jersey Board of
Social Work Examiners, and by our compliance with that criteria, Cross Country
Education offers this program for 6 Clinical (C) hours for New Jersey Social
Workers to meet the continuing education requirements for the 2010-2012 renewal
of your New Jersey social work license/certification.
This educational offering qualifies for 6 continuing education hours as required
by many national, state and local licensing boards and professional
organizations. Save your course outline and certificate of completion, and
contact your own board or organization for specific filing requirements.
SEMINAR CLASS TIME:
Seminar Check-in: 7:30 AM Seminar Class 8:00 AM -