Search Criteria : United States of America × WestOrange ×
Dec 05 - 06, 2020 | CE Hours : 12 | CEUs : 1.2 | USD $580.00 | West Orange, New Jersey
LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course is organized by LSVT Global, Inc. and will be held from Dec 05 - 06, 2020 at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, West Orange, New Jersey, United States of America. Target Audience: Physical and Occupational Therapists, Physical and Occupational Therapy Assistants, and students enrolled in those programs Accreditation: This program qualifies for a minimum of 12 continuing education hours. Save your course outline and certificate of completion, and contact your own board or organization well in advance for specific filing requirements. This course has been submitted to multiple state Physical Therapy Associations for approval. LSVT Global, Inc. is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. 1.2AOTACEU's has been awarded fo rthis course. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA. Overview: The LSVT BIG Training and Certification Course is a two-day program designed to train physical and occupational therapy professionals and students in an evidence-based, intensive treatment program for individuals with Parkinson's disease. The fundamental treatment principles and rationale, key treatment elements, efficacy data supporting treatment outcomes, details of treatment tasks, and practical delivery will be covered. Teaching techniques include lecture, demonstration, videos and case study presentations. Discussion will be included on application to other neural disorders and customization of treatment delivery to meet the unique functional goals of each patient. Learning Outcomes: Upon conclusion of this course, participants (Physical and Occupational Therapy Professionals and Students) will be able to: • Describe three paradigm shifts unique to LSVT BIG treatment. • Provide rationale for using a single target of amplitude when working with patients with Parkinson's disease. • Correctly identify at least three key principles used in LSVT BIG that drive activity dependent neuroplasticity. • Discuss efficacy findings that support use of LSVT BIG for persons with Parkinson's disease. • Provide the rationale for each of the Maximal Daily Exercises. • Describe the correct performance techniques of the LSVT Maximal Daily Exercises. • Given patient scenarios of patients with Parkinson's disease with various levels of function, describe how to adapt or progress LSVT BIG treatment. • Correctly list 5/5 teaching techniques unique to LSVT protocols. • Differentiate between Functional Component Tasks, Hierarchy Tasks, and Carryover tasks. • Identify the purposes of Functional Component Tasks, Hierarchy Tasks, and Carryover Tasks. • Provide an example of calibration in LSVT BIG. • Synthesize data from patient interview, examination, stimulability tests and results ofstandardized teststo determine if the patient will benefit from LSVT BIG treatment.