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May 29, 2020 | USD $468.75 | Mississauga, Ontario
Coaching for return to work - Tools for occupational therapists to empower clients is organized by Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) / Association canadienne des ergotherapeutes (ACE) and will be held on May 29, 2020 at Monte Carlo Inn - Airport Suites, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Target audience: Occupational therapists, occupational therapist assistants (OTAs) and students in occupational therapy and OTA/PTA programs who wish to start using coaching with clients to empower them to return to work. Coaching has been demonstrated as helpful in facilitating return to work with people with various diagnostics, including acquired brain injury, cancer, depression, psychosis, stroke, and work-related chronic stress. It can be used in outpatient, rehabilitation centres, private practices, community settings, and workplaces. Description: Coaching is a key enablement skill for occupational therapists (Townsend & Polatajko, 2007, 2013) and is an effective tool in facilitating return to work for clients with various diagnoses (e.g., Audhoe et al., 2018; Donker-Cools et al., 2016; Nieuwenhuijsen et al., 2017). This one-day introductory workshop equips you with the knowledge and hands-on skills to utilize a coach-approach with your clients to empower them to improve their occupational performance and to return to work. You will explore the fundamentals of non-directive coaching, access an International Coach Federation (ICF) core competency coaching framework, and practice coaching skills to apply immediately in your occupational therapy practice. You will receive handouts that include strategic tools to be effective with clients. A follow-up webinar will be offered to check-in on progress and next steps for your coaching practice as an occupational therapist. You are encouraged to reflect on and bring with you some case studies for the practical exercises. Areas of practice: • Vocational rehabilitation, Mental health, Cognitive, Neurological/Neuromuscular, Musculoskeletal, Cardiovascular and respiratory, Digestive/metabolic/endocrine, General physical health Learning objectives: By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: • Define coaching and its relationship with occupational therapy. • Explain why to use coaching for return to work. • Follow a framework to apply the coaching core competencies in your clinical practice. • Explain how to use coaching with clients wishing to return to work. • Start to incorporate coaching skills in your clinical practice.
Jun 05, 2020 | USD $431.25 | Mississauga, Ontario
Hoarding: Assessment and intervention for occupational therapists is organized by Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) / Association canadienne des ergotherapeutes (ACE) and will be held on Jun 05, 2020 at Monte Carlo Inn - Airport Suites, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Target Audience: Occupational therapists, occupational therapist assistants (OTAs), students in occupational therapy and OTA/PTA programs, who wish to improve their understanding of when and how to address hoarding behaviours that contribute to occupational performance issues. Social workers, psychologists and other frontline workers in housing, mental health, justice and social services are also welcome to attend. Description: Hoarding behaviours can cause distress, impairment of function and serious adverse outcomes such as unsafe living conditions and homelessness. This one-day workshop is designed to equip occupational therapists with the understanding of when and how to address hoarding behaviours that contribute to occupational performance issues. You will be provided with a workbook that summarizes learnings and includes assessment tools. The first part of the workshop will focus on reviewing evidence-based information on hoarding, including: • an introduction to hoarding disorder, hoarding behaviours and neglect; • a review of theoretical models used to understand hoarding; and • the accepted approach for assessment and intervention of hoarding disorder. Group discussion regarding the application of an occupational lens to augment the understanding, assessment and intervention process will follow. In the second half of the workshop, you will rotate through three small group activities to practice: • identifying an appropriate plan for occupational therapy involvement using case examples to address hoarding behaviour and related occupational performance issues; • conducting assessment related to hoarding behaviour; and • delivering intervention to address hoarding behaviour. The workshop will conclude by identifying practical considerations, opportunities and challenges related to real-world application of workshop material to your occupational therapy practice. Areas of practice: Mental health, General physical health, Health promotion and wellness Learning objectives: By the end of this workshop, you will: • Understand hoarding and recognize hoarding behaviours (vs. neglect, collecting). • Be able to use assessment tools to measure hoarding, appreciate contributing factors to the behaviour, and monitor impact on function, safety and tenancy. • Be able to explain standard practice for intervention to address hoarding behaviours and how to minimize or avoid causing harm. • Be able to augment this standard practice using occupational lens. • Be able to take the next steps in addressing hoarding behaviours with direct intervention and consultation with others (professionals, landlords, family) in your occupational therapy practice.