This course will examine the algorithmic approach to mobility base and power positioning component selection while also discussing key objective measures and how those measures lead to equipment recommendations. This framework will provide clinicians with the tools necessary to effectively evaluate and document the medical need for MAE intervention and assist the supplier ATP in matching an individual's identified needs to the technology interventions.
1 Contact hour(s)
On-site or Live Stream Lecture
Intermediate Level Course
What You Will Learn
Through this course, you'll accomplish 3 key objectives and improve your ability to improve patient outcomes through quality mobility base and power positioning selection:
The Algorithm of Selection
You'll learn the step-by-step process of selecting the right mobility base and power positioning components based on your patient or client's specific needs and targeted health outcomes.
Proper Evaluation and Documentation
You'll learn the framework to perform an effective evaluation for your patient or client and working alongside a fellow clinician or ATP in selecting the proper technologies.
Understanding Different Mobility Needs
Learn how to factor in a patient or client's functional, environmental, or physical needs when selecting the assistive technologies they need.
0.1 AOTA CEU(s)
1 Contact Hour(S)
Who is this program for?
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Physical Therapist Assistants
Assistive Technology Professionals
Medical Suppliers & Providers
Reimbursement & Billing Specialists
Complex Rehabilitation Professionals
AOTA Classification Code(s)
Category: OT Service Delivery
On-site Lecture or Live Stream Lecture, Discussion, Clinical Applications, and Demonstration
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