Post-professional doctorate in occupational therapy (OTD) doctoral presentations

  • Starts: 8:00 am on Monday, August 26, 2019
  • Ends: 6:40 pm on Tuesday, August 27, 2019
College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College Department of Occupational Therapy invites you to attend the doctoral project presentations by our Post-professional Doctorate in Occupational Therapy (OTD) students on Monday, August 26 & Tuesday, August 27, 2019 Location: Boston University 635 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA Room 610 (6th floor) Log on as a Guest, if you can’t join us in person at: https://bostonu.zoom.us/j/7859316589 Monday, August 26, 2019 8:00amEST Shamini Logannathan, BSc, OT Telehealth for Inclusion: Understanding classroom attention and participation 8:45amEST Christina Bertran, MSOT, OT/L Teach Back: An Education Program for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to Promote Play 9:30amEST Kaitlin Olivieri, MS, OTR/L A Team Approach to Mobile Device Implementation for Transition-age Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) 10:15amEST Vathi Theodoulou, MA Promoting classroom participation: Teacher training program 11:00amEST Cynthia Abbott-Gaffney, MA, OTR/L Telehealth in School-based practice: Viability to bridge global OT practitioner shortages 12:45pmEST Chloe Hirsch, MS, OTR/L ViSIBle Together: A Sibling Support Group for Siblings of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder 1:30pmEST Abby Song, MOT, OTR/L, CBIS Essentials for Developing Cultural Competence in Occupational Therapy: The Cultural Competence Workshop for Occupational Therapy practitioners (CCWOT) 2:15pmEST Jennifer Martin, MS, OTR/L, CHT, CLT Promoting Self-Care Adherence with Leg Lymphedema Clients: An Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Approach 3:00pmEST Bonnie Fischer-Camara, MS, OTR/L Assessment and Management of Visual Deficits within the Hospital Setting 3:45pmEST Blythe Westendorf, MS, OTR/L Aquatic Safety for Children with Autism: A Continuing Education Course for Occupational Therapy Practice 4:30pmEST Inez Lee, MS, OTR/L A Training Program in Smart Home Technology for Occupational Therapists Working with Community-Living Older Adults 5:15pmEST Kayla Hartt, MOT, OTR/L AccessED: A Service Delivery Model for Occupational Therapy in Independent Schools 6:00pmEST Rachel Wong, MS, OTR/L CanWork: An OT Toolbox to Address Work with Survivors of Cancer Tuesday, August 27, 2019 8:00amEST Gunjan Dhawan, OTR/L Addressing positioning and seating challenges in geriatric residents of a skilled nursing facility that use manual wheelchairs 8:45amEST Eldad Grinberg, M.Sc.O.T Occupational therapy leadership. Promoting an autonomy-supportive environment, based on self-determination theory, to improve patient outcomes in acute and post-acute stroke rehabilitation 9:30amEST Alissa McKnight, MS, OTR/L YFACT: Yoga for Adolescents with Childhood Trauma: A holistic intervention for female adolescents to promote self-regulation and well-being 10:15amEST Rosalia Casanova, MS, OTR/L The Role of a Manager with Burnout Prevention: From Leader to Team Builder (BPLT) 11:00amEST Roni Horovitz, M.Sc, OTR/L Treating Infants with Hand Dysfunctions: A Continuing Education Course on Best Practices for Evaluation and Treatment for Infants with Hand Dysfunction 12:45pmEST Tali Ness-Cohn, MSOT, OTR/L The Post-Stroke Discharge Planning Toolkit: Helping caregivers of stroke survivors navigate the transition from inpatient setting to home 1:30pmEST Rachel Costa, MS, OTR/L A Classroom Self-Regulation Toolbox: A collaborative program between occupational therapists and teachers for children with ADHD 2:15pmEST Melissa Plourde, OTR/L EQUIP for Recreation: A collaborative problem-solving approach for increasing inclusive participation of children with disabilities in organized community-based recreation 3:00pmEST Sara Berke, MS, OTR/L The Power of Peer Support Groups for Stroke Survivors Within the Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Setting 3:45pmEST Maryann Brennan, MA, OTR/L, CSP The REAL Program for School-Based OTs 4:30pmEST Katrina Jandl, MS, OTR/L Paras to Peers: Facilitating social interactions for school-aged children with autism spectrum disorder 5:15pmEST Christine Curtin, MS, OTR/L SPOT on Life Skills: A model life skills curriculum for middle school students with disabilities
Audience:
public
Address:
Sargent College 635 Commonwealth Ave
Room:
610
Fees:
free
Contact Organization:
Occupational Therapy
Contact Name:
Karen Jacobs
Contact Phone:
617 785 0294

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