Executive Function Master Course – Using the Train Model


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PRE-SALE price! Two weeks ONLY……….you’ll never find this course this low in the future. Course coming 1/15/22

Course Description: Pediatric OT clinicians are the perfect fit for working with children who struggle with executive function! Many skills including planning, organizing, metacognition, behavior management, and time management are required for successful completion of occupation for kids in school and during ADLs. You will leave this webinar with exciting treatment strategies for your client/student! Information provided reflects the most recent research and relates to the AOTA’s Occupational Therapy Practice Framework.

You will learn to harness your skills of activity analysis to look at occupation-based activities
designed to boost executive function (EF) skills. Whether you work in EI, in clinics, or in schools, you will improve outcomes and meet kids’ goals faster!

This course is AOTA approved for 8.5 hours (0.85 PDUs) as an intermediate course. It is pre-recorded/distance learning course so you can review or rewind the material according to your needs.

Comes with a FREE 50+ page course workbook designed to guide your learning and critical thinking about applying your newly learned information immediately after the course!

What will you learn?

1) Relate the importance of executive function to the occupations of children.

2) Compare and contrast thinking and doing skills.

3) Apply the Train Model to executive function pediatric occupational therapy.

4) Interpret the OTPF 4 (AOTA, 2021) terminology as it relates to executive function.

5) Explain how behavioral concerns affect executive function during occupations of childhood.

6) Examine 3 treatment strategies and/or resources to help improve executive function and its sub-groups.

7) Distinguish between concepts of the Train model in relation to executive function components.

8) Examine assessments that can be used to measure executive function in pediatric OT.

9) Discuss Theory of Mind in relation to occupational performance.

10) Examine two of the metacognitive programs commonly used by pediatric OTs.

11) Recommend at least two working memory strategies.

12) Relate occupational therapy goals in multiple settings to executive function.

Instructor: Cara Koscinski, OTD, MOT, OTR/L, CAS



Target Audience: OTs, OTAs, and students

Course Completion Requirements:  The Pocket OT uses a course platform that records the date and times of each completed module you take.
Passing an online exam with an 80% or higher and completing a course evaluation will be
required to earn continuing education credit.
Participants must complete the entire course; partial credit is not allowed.
The original purchaser must sign an attestation statement that that person is the one who
takes the course as well as the post-test in order to receive PDUs.

Course information is provided immediately upon purchase. The video/modules will be
viewed as a full-screen on your own device. You are able to take the course at any time
that works best for you within 6 months of purchase. A course workbook and
handouts are provided.

Accommodations will be made to support learners in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you have any special learning needs, please email before registering. 

Refund Policy:  Refunds will be issued within 30 days of purchase or if no more than 3 modules have been completed. There will be no refunds after this time due to the self-paced nature of the course. You may request a full refund or transfer your registration to another course of equal value.
Concerns/complaints should be emailed directly to
If the live course is canceled by the instructor, you will be given the option of a full
refund or access to a recorded version of the course.

**Cara Koscinski discloses that she received an honorarium for instructing this course. She also published books relating to occupational therapy and mentions them in the presentation.

Terms and Conditions:  The Pocket Occupational Therapist will keep a record of your CE courses. This includes all complete, incomplete, and pending coursework. When applicable, transcript services may include reporting to professional associations and/or state licensure boards. While The Pocket Occupational Therapist will make all reasonable efforts to offer CE credit for its courses, it is not responsible for state or national, or regulatory current policies or
changes in CE requirements that may make courses ineligible for CE credits.

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