Featuring Kelly Casey, Occupational Therapist from The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, who is presenting multiple topics at the AOTA Conference. (Get it? That's why we're using the special "speakers-only" badge for this entry) The audio is 22 minutes, please forgive the technical quality and instead focus on the awesome discussion points offered.
Here are some links to helpful information in case you're not taking notes:
Thu, Apr 29, Short Course 105
Culture Change In Acute Care: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Creating Respect For Therapies
Thu, Apr 29, Poster 207
Movement Towards The Centennial Vision: Steps Of Post-professional And Entry Level OTDs
Fri, Apr 30, Short Course 223
Assessing Cognitive Disorders: Integrating Standardized Assessments In Acute Care
Cognitive assessments discussed:
- Cognitive Assessment of Minnesota
- Executive Function Performance Test
- JFK Coma Recovery Scale
Centennial Vision Statement
We envision that occupational therapy is a powerful, widely recognized, science-driven, and evidence-based profession with a globally connected and diverse workforce meeting society's occupational needs.