Featuring Scoping Review of Assistive Technology Accommodations for Mental Health
Occupational therapists are not only specialists in maximizing functional engagement of clients with disabilities, we are also equipped with a wide variety of skill sets that allow us to contribute to different projects and types of work in colleges and universities. This webinar will feature a scoping review of assistive technology for students with mental health disabilities in post-secondary institutions, that was funded by the OSOT Research Fund, and outlined some of the current and emerging roles for OT in higher education.
Join our presenter on May 15, 2019 for:
- Equipping OTs with a variety of transferable skills to work in colleges and universities.
- Inspiring change from within, from hiring practices, academic curriculum development, to student services.
- Current and emerging roles for OTs in higher education due to economic and political changes.
- Applicable to any level.
- Occupational therapists interested in diversifying their skill sets and working in colleges and universities.
- Occupational therapists with experience in mental health, ABI, ADHD, LD, leadership, professional development etc.
About Our Presenter:
Sarah currently manages the Office of Practicum and Professional Development (PD) at the Faculty of Public Health at University of Toronto. She manages the Master of Public Health practicum programs, develops PD for graduate students and faculty, and advises on policies, experiential learning opportunities and graduate curriculum development.
Fees: (All fees are plus HST)
Student Members: $30
Non Member: $75
Refund Policy: Refunds will be given provided that a request is received by the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists no less than 10 business days prior to the event. Refunds will be given in full less a $10.00 administrative charge.
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