University of Findlay's Occupational Therapy Continuing Education Series
"Promoting Collaboration in School Based Therapy for Improved School Success"
Saturday, Aug. 15, 2020 9 a.m. - Noon
*Zoom or face-to-face options available. Please choose your preference on the registration link.
This course will focus on practical strategies for incorporating school based occupational therapy services into the general education program, collaborating with educational team members, and meeting student goals and objectives. Whether you’re new to the game or have been a school therapist for decades, come and be challenged to try something new in your practice. Be ready to collaborate, participate with other attendees, and take home some fun ideas to enhance your school based therapy program.
- 3 CEUs
- $45 for area clinicians
- Free to University of Findlay fieldwork educators (must have a supervised a level 2 student within the past two years)
Amanda Seiter, MOT, OTR/L
Occupational Therapist, EBS Healthcare
Brewer Center for Health Sciences, Room 113
340 College St., Findlay, Ohio
For more information call 419-434-6936 or email [email protected].
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