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Teaching Leisure Skills: Using Activity Analysis and Data Collection

Product #
1324PT
Type
PT/PTA
Hours
2
Approval Status

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Course Description:

Are leisure skills beneficial to the overall health of our patients? Statistics show that 49% of those who utilize long-term care services in nursing homes are diagnosed with depression.  Residents spend approximately 69% of the day inactive with their eyes closed. Occupational deprivation results in a decline in physical and mental health, as well as overall quality of life. Let Dr. Aditi Mehra, DHS, OTR/L and Jonathan Amey, M.Ed. help us, as clinicians, teach our patients how to keep their mind and their days engaged.

This course will cover:

  • The importance of teaching leisure activities in PT/OT/ATC
  • How to identify the barriers to teaching leisure skills in everyday practice
  • How to describe the steps necessary to create an Activity analysis and a list of motor movements needed for leisure skills
  • Listing the process of using the Standard Celeration chart to track data and make clinical decisions
  • Practice using the step-by-step process of teaching leisure skills using a case study: Playing Uno and an “overall approach” to OT
  • Summarizing the components of motor fluency and its impact on generalization of leisure skills

Methods of Instruction:

Online audio/video course

Course Instructor:

Dr. Aditi Mehra, DHS, OTR/L

Jonathan Amey, M.Ed.

Target Audience:

Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Assistants and Athletic Trainers.

Educational Level:

Intermediate

Prerequisites:

None

Course Goals and Objectives:

At the completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  1. Identify the significance and benefits of leisure skills in therapy
  2. Recognize the limitations to teaching leisure skills in practice
  3. Recognize The 6-Step Process
  4. Differentiate between Instruction versus Practice
  5. Identify the importance of Temporal Dimension of Behavior
  6. Recognize the steps necessary to create an Activity analysis and a list of motor movements needed for leisure skills
  7. Differentiate between Tool Skills for Motor Movements
  8. Identify the process of using the Standard Celeration chart to track data and make clinical decisions
  9. Identify the approaches of a Consultative Overall Therapy approach
  10. Summarizing the components of motor fluency and its impact on generalization of leisure skills

Criteria for Obtaining Continuing Education Credits:

A score of 70% or greater on the post-test

PT State Approvals

Alabama
Board Accepted/Approved
Alaska
Approved
Arizona
Approved Category A
California
Approved
Colorado
Approved- Meets CO DORA for Category 1
Connecticut
Board Accepted/Approved
Delaware
Approved
District of Columbia
Approved
Florida
Florida Approved for Online/Home Study
Georgia
Approved
Hawaii
Approved
Idaho
Approved
Illinois
Illinois Approved Provider (#216.000250)
Indiana
Approved-Category 1
Iowa
Board Accepted/Approved
Kansas
Board Accepted/Approved
Kentucky
Kentucky-KPTA Category 2
Maine
No State Requirements
Massachusetts
Approved
Michigan
Approved (Activity Code 1)
Mississippi
Approved
Missouri
Approved
Montana
Approved Category A
Nebraska
Board Accepted/Approved
New Hampshire
Board Accepted/Approved
New York
Approved Provider
North Carolina
Approved
North Dakota
Board Accepted/Approved
Oklahoma
Approved- Oklahoma Medical Board Via CE Broker
Oregon
Approved
Pennsylvania
Approved - (2GEN, 0DA)
Rhode Island
Approved
South Carolina
Board Accepted/Approved
South Dakota
No State Requirements
Tennessee
Board Accepted/Approved-Class 1
Texas
TPTA Approved/Accredited Provider # 2501036TX
Utah
Board Accepted/Approved
Vermont
Approved
Virginia
Approved-Type 1
Washington
Board Accepted/Approved
Wisconsin
Approved
Wyoming
Board Accepted/Approved