FREE Intro to Executive Function for OT Using the Train Model


Sign up for this free introductory course on executive function and the train model.

The registration link will show on your screen immediately after purchase AND will be sent to the email you used to purchase the course. Closer to the date of the course, a reminder link will arrive in your email inbox.

WHEN:  December 12, 2021, at 12-1:15pm EST

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Pediatric occupational therapy clinicians – are you ready to boost your outcomes? You have the perfect skill set to work on executive function in pediatric therapy! Let’s review the most recent evidence and combine it with the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework (AOTA, 2021) to highlight our unique value in making a BIG difference in our students. During our time together, you will learn the basic concepts of the new Train Model for pediatric OT. It’s a framework that will guide your assessment, treatment planning, and improve outcomes in ADLs. Join us!    *There will be no PDU certificate for this course

WHEN:  December 12, 2021, at 12-1:15pm EST


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