All Archived Webinars


The list below is our extensive collection of archived webinars. Some webinars are complimentary to members while others have a discounted fee. Members will need to log into our site in order to receive the member rate and non-members will be asked to create a website account in order to make a purchase. 

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A Primer on Consent, Capacity and Substitute Decision Making

PRESENTED BY: Christine Morano, Lawyer at Advocai LLP and John-Paul Zeni, Lawyer at Advocai LLP

  • Consent and capacity.
  • Substitute decision making.
  • Common challenges and practical solutions.


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CCS1
Addictions 101

PRESENTED BY: Tammy Heise, RN, BN, CPMHN (C) and Elle Diniz, BSc, MSc

  • Stigma in addiction.
  • Addictions as a disease.
  • Opioid crisis - the facts.


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ADD101X
Am I Ready for a Student? A Primer in Becoming a Preceptor

PRESENTED BY: Anne Hunt, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Naomi Davids-Brumer, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Identify opportunities for preceptorship in your practice.
  • Understand the process of taking on an occupational therapy learner.
  • Understand how to support occupational therapy learners in a fieldwork placement 4.


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An Opportunity for OTs in the Ontario Autism Program

PRESENTED BY: Jessica Bethel, MEd., Director, OAP Provider List and Karie Evelyn, Service Navigator, Autism Ontario

  • Learn about the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) and the OAP Provider List.
  • Understand how occupational therapists play an integral role in providing services to children with autism.
  • Discover how to get involved.


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OTOAP1
An OTs Role with Veterans Affairs Canada

PRESENTED BY: Julie St-Jean, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Kristin Dingman-Price, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Learn about the OT Services Revolution at Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC).
  • Familiarize yourself with the role of the Area Occupational Therapist at VAC, the primary contact for community OTs.
  • Learn how to become a Fee for Service OT and what that role entails.


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Apollo Cannabis Clinics & Accident Benefits Coverage

PRESENTED BY: Yukti Choudhry, MVA Program Manager, Apollo Cannabis Clinics

  • What is medical cannabis?
  • Cannabis legislation.
  • Accident benefits coverage.


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ACCABC1
Basics of CAT Designation for OTs in the Auto Sector

PRESENTED BY: Kelly Wendt (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.) C-CAT (FO), CMLE (ON)

  • Learn about the accident benefits associated with catastrophic designation, eligibility criteria, the application process, how an occupational therapist can support the file, and about completion of the OCF-19.
  • The additional benefits a client receives when their injuries are deemed catastrophic.
  • Eight eligibility criteria (with a focus on accidents after June 1, 2016).
  • The role of OTs in the process from a treatment and independent assessment perspective.


Non-Member Price: 70.00
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BCD1
brainXchange: Who We Are and What We Do

PRESENTED BY: Jillian McConnell, Knowledge Mobilization Lead and Knowledge Broker

  • brainXchange's mission and commitment.
  • How the organization uses Knowledge Translation and Exchange (KTE) to fulfill their mandate.
  • How brainXchange may be helpful to members of OSOT.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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BRAINX1
Bridging the Transition From Homelessness To Housed:
A Social Justice Framework to Guide Occupational Therapists

PRESENTED BY: Carrie Anne Marshall, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Rebecca Gewurtz, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Describe the research providing a foundation for the Bridging the Transition Framework.
  • Provide an overview of the Bridging the Transition Framework.
  • Summarize the competencies needed for occupational therapists to support homeless individuals across the transition from homeless to housed.


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BTHH1
Building Blocks for Mental Health: Tools to Promote Recovery

PRESENTED BY: Theresa Straathof (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Define four roles of occupational therapy in mental health.
  • Name six techniques to help people with mental health challenges overcome avoidance.
  • Distinguish benefits from each of the four coping categories.
  • Construct a four-stage teaching process.


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BBMH1
Business is Not a Bad Word: Private Practice in the OT World

PRESENTED BY: Sue Wahl (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.) and Alison Hendricks (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Recognize all that is provided by private practices to our community and our profession (the presenters destigmatize private practice!).
  • Recognize the importance of a mindset that focuses on the importance of working on “self” followed by the mindset of money, vision and growth.
  • Identify the importance of systems for growth and freedom.
  • Understand team growth and how to efficiently build a strong and knowledgeable team, including legislation review, onboarding and performance management.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
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BNBW1
Call for Patient Reported Outcome Measures: Using the COPM

PRESENTED BY: Dr. Helene Polatajko, Professor Emeritus, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.), OT(C), FCAOT, FCAHS, OC, and Beth Linkewich, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Understand what a Patient Reported Outcome Measure (PROM) is and how it is used in the health system.
  • Describe the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (COPM).
  • Learn how to identify the COPM as a PROM.


Non-Member Price: 75.00
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Can Neurorehab Be on the Tip of Your Tongue?

PRESENTED BY: Sylvia Haycock, OT Reg. (Ont.), Nicole Strachan, BHK, MSc. P.Kin, and Emma Grenon, Director of Business Development, Helius Medical Technologies

  • The science of translingual neurostimulation and how PoNS Therapy is used to treat balance/gait deficits in mmTBI/MS.
  • How PoNS Treatment may benefit clients in an occupational therapy practice.
  • Real-world perspective from a PoNS-trained OT.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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NTT1
CAT Criteria and the Role of the OT in CAT Assessment

PRESENTED BY: Galit Liffshiz, MA, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Review CAT Criteria as of June 1, 2016.
  • Identify pre-requirements before the CAT application.
  • Identify red flags for CAT Application for treating and assessing OTs.
  • Review the role of the OT in assessing on each criterion.
  • Discuss principles OTs have to keep in mind when assessing for CAT.
  • Review important case laws in which OTs provided significant evidence.
  • This session is 2 hours in duration.


Non-Member Price: 65.00
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CAT1
Catastrophic Case Laws OTs Should Know About - 2021-2022

PRESENTED BY: Galit Liffshiz, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • 90 minutes in duration.
  • Review the CAT criteria.
  • Discuss issues related to occupational therapy CAT assessments such as principles of assessment, team assessment, and red flags before assessment.
  • Discuss assessment tools to be used for each criterion.
  • Discuss what it means to be part of an assessment team.
  • Review the Standards for Assessment/Practice to ensure they are being followed.


Non-Member Price: 100.00
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CATCL1
CCSMH Guidelines on Depression Among Older Adults

PRESENTED BY: Dr. David Conn (he/him), Executive Vice-President of Education and Chief Academic Officer, Baycrest Academy for Research & Education, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Geriatric Psychiatrist, Baycrest

  • Understand the process for creating and updating the Canadian Coalition for Seniors' Mental Health (CCSMH) Clinical Guidelines on Depression Among Older Adults.
  • Consider possible approaches to the prevention of depression in older adults.
  • Explore how to use the updated guidelines in your practice.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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Child and Youth Mental Health - An Introduction

PRESENTED BY: Donna Dennis, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Impact of mental health issues on occupational development.
  • Assessment and treatment options.
  • Advocacy for expanding and enhancing the role of OT.


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CYMH1
Child and Youth Mental Health: Holistic Functional Approach

PRESENTED BY: Ashley Jakovljevic, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Liz Nielsen, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • How to use a holistic functional lens for assessment and goals setting.
  • How to consider the complex interactions between social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and developmental skills sets and how this affects mental wellness and daily participation.
  • Use case scenarios to illustrate how this approach looks in practice.


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CYMH_HOL1
Child and Youth Mental Health: Interventions

PRESENTED BY: Nicole Raftis, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Sabrina Panagiotoglou, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Intervention principles.
  • Examples of interventions aimed at the person, environment, and occupation.
  • Practical case studies to apply your knowledge.


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CYMH_INT1
Client Independence & Increase Efficiency in Continuing Care

PRESENTED BY: Michael Cullen, Founder and CEO of Novalte

  • Client case studies and the impact technology has on independence.
  • What OTs need to think about regarding technology.
  • Current market offerings and how our platform can help.


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CIIECC1
Client Transportation: More Than Getting From "A to B"

PRESENTED BY: Michael Sarkovski (he/him), Executive Vice President, Rapid City Transportation O/B AutoLux Ltd.

  • Learn of a client transportation resource that can assist with a range of client needs/requirements.
  • Compare the importance of door-to-door service and assistance vs. the traditional curb-to-curb approach.
  • Assess the impact of utilizing a transportation partner that is experienced and trusted to deal with Hospitals, the WSIB, the ODSP, the Children's Aid Society, Ontario Shores and other providers including the Auto Insurance sector.
  • Have a direct contact to review cases or transportation related requirements of patients/those in your care.


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CMHA's BounceBack: Mental Health Program Based in CBT

PRESENTED BY: Anna Piszczkiewicz, Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator

  • Learn about who can benefit from the BounceBack program and how the program works.
  • Learn about the evidence-based benefits of the BounceBack program.
  • How to support clients in accessing the two types of support available from BounceBack.


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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT-I) for Insomnia Protocol

PRESENTED BY: Nicole Nadeau, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • The importance of sleep.
  • Overview of the protocol.
  • Considerations for special populations (with case study).


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CBT_I1
Conflict De-escalation: Tools for Public Facing Professional

PRESENTED BY: Jason Allen, Principal Third Way Consulting

  • Managing your emotions - identifying 'Bear Traps'.
  • The importance of empathy and listening in managing conflict.
  • After the storm: coming to a successful resolution.


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CON_DE1
Creating Change: OTs Navigating Advocacy

PRESENTED BY: Shadia Balram (she/her), Government Relations and Policy Advisor, OSOT

  • Learn how to break down the barriers to advocating.
  • Develop your advocacy messaging, and how to sustain a relationship with interested parties.
  • Explore how to troubleshoot strategies for navigating around advocacy challenges.


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Creating Funding Success: ADP

PRESENTED BY: Linda Norton, M.Sc.CH, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Explore the key themes revealed in an examination of funding application data.
  • Describe the key features of applications that tend to be approved quickly.
  • Develop an approach to completing funding applications that gives them the best possibility of success.


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CFS1
Delirium Management in the Hospital Setting: The OT Role

PRESENTED BY: Katie Harder (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Identify occupational therapy assessment strategies to use with patients experiencing (or are suspected to have) a diagnosis of delirium.
  • Review occupational therapy strategies for treatment of delirium in the hospital setting and implications for discharge planning.
  • Understand key aspects to highlight during inter-disciplinary rounds.


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DMHS1
Delirium: A New Quality Standard - What It Means for OTs

PRESENTED BY: Sylvia Davidson, OT Reg. (Ont.), Hospital Manager - Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy & Therapeutic Recreation

  • Significant features of delirium.
  • What this new quality standard offers.
  • Implications for occupational therapists' clinical practice.


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DEL1
Developing Cognitive Skills Through Play

PRESENTED BY: Cindy Hovington, PhD

  • Social emotional learning.
  • Executive functions.
  • Play in preschool and scaffolding.


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DCSP1
Driver Reporting

PRESENTED BY: Elizabeth Weldon, Ministry of Transportation, Amie Enns, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Nellemarie Hyde, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Overview of both mandatory and discretionary provisions.
  • Overview of review process and how licensing decisions are made.
  • Overview of national medical standards.


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DRIVER1
E-Therapy for OTs Practising Psychotherapy

PRESENTED BY: Carrie Anne Marshall, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.), Sandra Carter, OT Reg. (Ont.), and Lisa Brousseau MSW, RSW

  • A rationale for e-therapy in OT and general psychotherapy practice.
  • A broad overview of options that can be used to deliver e-therapy (e.g. text, online platforms, apps).
  • A discussion about ethical concerns, pros/cons of using e-therapy as opposed to traditional face-to-face models of practice, and the protection of the public.


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ETHERAPY1
Early Planning for Dementia Care: How Important Is It?

PRESENTED BY: Sylvia Davidson (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Have knowledge of recent advances, and challenges, in dementia research.
  • Understand how ageist attitudes can compromise good dementia care.
  • Embrace your role as advocates for individuals with dementia.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
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EPDC1
Earning An Income: The Foundation of Your Financial Health

PRESENTED BY: Jeff Cleary (he/him), Vice President, Life & Benefits, PROLINK Insurance Inc. and Garrick MacBride (he/him), Senior Sales Consultant, Living Benefits, RBC Life Insurance Company

  • Learn the value of industry leading individual disability insurance on protecting your greatest asset - your ability to earn an income.
  • Understand the unique offering PROLINK has garnered with RBC Life Insurance to protect you and your income.
  • Explore potential underwriting challenges and learn best practices to ensure a successful result should you wish to apply for an income protection solution.


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EAI1
Eating Disorders: For You; For Your Practice

PRESENTED BY: Shelly Dilawri, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Ary Maharaj, M.Ed. RP (Qualifying)

  • What is disordered eating? Signs to watch for, causes, and co-occurring conditions.
  • Diet culture, weight stigma, and the importance of a weight-inclusive practice.
  • Navigating pathways to care for a client: making a warm referral and strategies for short-term work.


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EDYP1
Embracing the Role of Occupational Therapy in Fertility Care

PRESENTED BY: Sabrina Teles, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Sofia Mirzazada, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Understand the presenters' process for establishing an emerging occupational therapy role within the private sector.
  • Learn about the OT role in fertility and prenatal/postpartum care.
  • Learn about the challenges relating to advocating for occupational therapy in new practice areas/settings.


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OTFC1
Empowering Lives: Introducing Easter Seals to OTs

PRESENTED BY: Morgan Chidley (she/her), RN, Resource Nurse, Easter Seals Ontario and Keith Rashid (he/him), Senior Manager of Recreation and Facilities, Easter Seals Ontario

  • Learn about Easter Seals Ontario's equipment funding and camping programs, examining how these services will benefit clients with physical disabilities.
  • Have the knowledge to illustrate the experience to clients who fit the criteria for the Easter Seals Ontario's camping and equipment funding programs.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the referral and application processes for Easter Seals Ontario programs.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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Empowering OTs: Advocating for Yourself and Your Profession

PRESENTED BY: Shadia Balram (she/her), OSOT's Government Relations and Policy Advisor

  • Define advocacy and its significance as a health care professional.
  • Develop effective strategies for planning and implementing advocacy efforts.
  • Utilize approachable and productive resources and tools to support advocacy efforts, and recognize the positive impact on your practice.


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En-AGE: Changes in Community Mobility - Driving

PRESENTED BY: Brenda Vrkljan, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Ruheena Sangrar, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Understand the impact of changes in driving and community mobility on health and quality of life in older adulthood.
  • Discuss existing, emerging, and potential opportunities for occupational therapists and others to support driving, community mobility, and out-of-home engagement.


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EACCMD1
En-AGE: Growing in Senior Citizenship

PRESENTED BY: Colleen McGrath, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Aaron Yuen, OT Reg. (Ont.), CHE

  • Introduce the En-AGE Growing into Senior Citizenship module.
  • Discuss the benefits of civic engagement and volunteering as an occupational role in older adulthood.
  • Position occupational therapists to incorporate a focus on civic engagement and volunteerism into their clinical practice.


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EAGSC1
En-AGE: New Challenges for An Older Worker

PRESENTED BY: Behdin Nowrouzi-Kia, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Who is the older adult?
  • Why is work important?
  • Role of occupational therapists.


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NCOW1
En-AGE: Positioning OTs As Leaders in Seniors' Care

PRESENTED BY: Barry Trentham, PhD and Sachindri Wijekoon, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Life course transitions.
  • Enabling ageing well.
  • Seniors’ care.


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POTLSC1
En-AGE: Staying Socially Connected

PRESENTED BY: Barry Trentham, PhD and Catherine Donnelly, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Better appreciate the impact of social isolation on the health and well-being of older persons.
  • Identify the challenges faced by older persons to remain socially active.
  • Learn about strategies used by occupational therapists to support older adults in their efforts to remain socially active with a focus on the OASIS project.
  • Learn about the concept of NORCs (naturally occurring retirement communities) and how occupational therapist can become involved.
  • Familiarize participants on the use of the En-AGE Website to support knowledge sharing and dissemination.


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EASSC1
Facilitating Positive Behaviour for People With Dementia

PRESENTED BY: Rachel Wiley, MS, OTR/L, CDP

  • 5 hour virtual workshop.
  • Apply models of dementia care to determine causes and triggers of responsive behaviours.
  • Tailor strategies to address the unique needs of the person living with dementia, their care partner, and the environment.
  • Identify triggers of responsive behaviours to guide clinical decision making.
  • Formulate strategies for managing responsive behaviours using: meaningful activity engagement, environmental modification, communication strategies, and task adaptation.


Non-Member Price: 250.00
Member price: 195.00
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PBAED1
Financial Checklist for People Who've Been Injured/Disabled

PRESENTED BY: Daniel Carroll, Partner (Chair - Litigation Award Practice Group) and Maria Campanella, Partner

  • What can go wrong and how to mitigate the risks?
  • The Disability Tax Credit, RDSPs, CPP-D, ODSP, Direct Funding, Passport Program.
  • MVAs - how to survive from discharge to settlement (and beyond).


Non-Member Price: 50.00
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FCPID1
Five Ways to Diversify Your Income Stream

PRESENTED BY: Daniel Warner, Founder and CEO, MyRemoteClinic

  • 5 ways to increase your income without working in a clinic.
  • How to adapt your practice to meet growing patient demand.
  • The tools and costs associated with setting up you own remote practice in your community.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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DYIS1
Form 1: Intermittent Care for Client Needs

PRESENTED BY: Jennifer Berg-Carnegie (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Understand an intermittent holistic care model and Invisible Care Inc.
  • Understand the significance of indirect attendant care and applying this to a client assessment.
  • Become familiar with OSOT's practice resource to support Form 1 completion.


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FORM1X
Give the Brain a Voice With VoxNeuro

PRESENTED BY: Dr. John F. Connolly, Dr. Kyle I. Ruiter, and Lori Desjardine, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Overview of the technology and cognitive scores.
  • Case studies.
  • Working with a VoxNeuro Test Center.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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VOXN1
How a Neurofunctional Approach Can Help Treatment Planning

PRESENTED BY: Tracy Milner, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Identify common challenges with existing approaches to understanding and treating cognitive impairment.
  • Understand neurofunction and how it can improve clinical investigation and treatment planning.
  • Learn how to incorporate the neurofunctional approach into your clinical practice.


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NACG1
How Can OTs Manage the Risks Associated With Virtual Care?

PRESENTED BY: Andrew Spencer, RIBO, Account Executive, PROLINK


  • How can OTs provide professional and ethical virtual care?
  • Professional liability risks.
  • Risk management tips and strategies.


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HCVC1
How to Prepare for a Sudden Health Emergency

PRESENTED BY: Jeff Cleary (he/him), Vice President, Life & Benefits, PROLINK Insurance Inc. and Ranbir Kang, Associate Sales Director, Affinity Markets

  • Enhance your Critical Illness insurance product knowledge.
  • Understand the impact of dealing with an unexpected illness.
  • Have tools and resources to help you plan for the future.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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HPSHE1
Innovation: Non-Traditional OT Roles in Higher Education

PRESENTED BY: Sarah Ko, OT Reg. (Ont.); Practicum & Professional Development Officer

  • 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.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
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INNO1
Intro to the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) Provider List

PRESENTED BY: Kelsey McDaniel (she/her), Education Program Coordinator, Autism Ontario

  • Learn the OAP funding structure for families of children with ASD up to the age of 18.
  • Understand the benefits of joining the OAP Provider List and connecting to new clients.
  • Review the eligibility requirements and steps for applying to the OAP Provider List.


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IOAP1
Introduction to Nature-based Occupational Therapy

PRESENTED BY: Alanna Davis, OT Reg. (Ont.), Owner of Larchwood Nature OT and Kristina Marchiori, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Therapeutic benefits of nature.
  • Occupational therapy nature frameworks and models.
  • Presenters' nature-based practice adventures.


Non-Member Price: 75.00
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Introduction to Occupational Performance Coaching

PRESENTED BY: Dorothy Kessler, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Occupational Performance Coaching (OPC) background.
  • Description of OPC.
  • Evidence to support use of OPC.


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OPC1
Introduction to Trans-Inclusive Healthcare

PRESENTED BY: Karen Luyendyk, RN MScN, Clinical Educator - Trans and Non-binary Health with Rainbow Health Ontario

  • Language, terminology and definitions.
  • Social determinants of health.
  • Understanding trans-phobia in healthcare.


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ITIH1
Link Between a Child’s Behaviour & Emotion Regulation Skills

PRESENTED BY: Cindy Hovington (she/her), PhD

  • Understand the dysregulated brain.
  • Understand what contributes to a dysregulated brain.
  • Gain tools you can offer children when they are dysregulated.


Non-Member Price: 70.00
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CBERS1
Making Our Communities Age-Friendly

PRESENTED BY: Briana Zur, PhD and Elizabeth Steggles, Co-Chair, OSOT's Retired Members' Team

  • Learn about age-friendly communities (AFCs).
  • Understand how AFCs align with occupational therapy.
  • Discuss ways to advocate for your city or municipality to become age-friendly.


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AFCOT1
Managing Behaviour Challenges Related to Altered Cognition

PRESENTED BY: Katie Harder (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.), Professional Practice Lead, Occupational Therapy, Grand River Hospital

  • Identify OT assessment and treatment strategies to consider using with this population, including when to consider wheelchair seating and protective devices.
  • Understand when to use standardized tools and which tools are most appropriate.
  • Learn about strategies for team collaboration.
  • Consider the occupational therapist's role in discharge planning and/or recommendations for next steps.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
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MBCRAC1
March of Dimes Services: How to Access Funding for Clients

PRESENTED BY: Trisha Robbins (she/her), Associate Director, Accessibility Services, March of Dimes Canada

  • Understand the guidelines and critical eligibility for the Home and Vehicle Modification (HMVP) and Assistive Devices Programs (ADP).
  • Understand the required documentation for each program.
  • Understand what devices, modifications and adaptation are eligible for funding by for each program.


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MDCF1
March of Dimes: Assistive Technology Support and Funding

PRESENTED BY: Jamie Suderman, Program Manager, March of Dimes

  • Provide an overview of March of Dime Canada services/programs.
  • Learn about the Tech for Good program.
  • Explore funding for technology.


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MDC1
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: An OT Perspective

PRESENTED BY: Nathania Lukman (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.) and Aliza Ladak (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Understand common symptoms, obsessions, and compulsions of OCD.
  • Develop a basic ability to formulate an OCD case from an OT lens.
  • Identify specific treatment approaches to utilize with clients with OCD.
  • Learn to create a basic exposure and response prevention plan for clients with OCD.


Non-Member Price: 70.00
Member price: 45.00
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OCD1
Occupation Based Research in Concussion Management

PRESENTED BY: Anne Hunt, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont) - Manager, Student training & intervention research program, Clinical Study Investigator, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

  • Evidence supporting occupation focused assessment and interventions.
  • The importance of occupational focused interventions in concussion management.
  • How meta-cognitive strategy training, energy management education, and activity based interventions support concussion recovery.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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OBRCM1
Office Ergonomics for OTs - Virtual Workshop

PRESENTED BY: Nancy Gowan, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • 5 hours in duration presented in 4 parts.
  • Understanding the process of assessing a workstation (office-based setting).
  • Determining the most appropriate workstation setup based on the assessment and the current research.
  • Understanding the tools used in ergonomics.
  • Ergonomics with new technology.
  • Transitions in the workplace that impact ergonomics.
  • Participants receive a workbook with resources including evidence based assessment tools.


Non-Member Price: 115.00
Member price: 90.00
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OEOT1
OT and Psychotherapy: Exciting Times Ahead!

PRESENTED BY: Laura Stanley, OT Reg. (Ont.), Psychotherapist, Theresa Bernard, OT Reg. (Ont.), Psychotherapist and Anya Choulsky, OT Reg. (Ont.), Psychotherapist

  • An overview of the Increasing Access to Structured Psychotherapy Program at CAMH.
  • Practice resources related to assessment, treatment and supervision with clinicians.
  • Why occupational therapists are well suited for formal structured psychotherapy roles.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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PSYCH_OT1
OT Assessment and Intervention for Driving Anxiety

PRESENTED BY: Toni-Marie Taylor (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.), R.P., CDR and Kelly Wendt (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.), C-CAT (FO), CMLE (ON)

  • Develop a toolbox of screening measures used with clients that have driving anxiety for quantitative or descriptive information about driving fear.
  • Understand and apply principals of exposure and desensitization, including use of fear ladders for treatment planning.
  • Discuss application of technology in driving anxiety management.
  • Discuss the role of driving instructors and driving rehabilitation specialists.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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OTAIDA1
OTs as Stewards of Home Care During COVID-19

PRESENTED BY: Carol MacDonald, Co-Founder & Head of Client Success, Gotcare and Chenny Xia, Co-Founder & Head of Technology & Design, Gotcare

  • Review the social and financial impacts of COVID-19 on home care recipients and people in their circle of care.
  • Unpack how consumer behaviour and technology has changed the initiation and coordination of home care services in response to COVID-19.
  • Share practical insights into how some occupational therapists have shifted their practice in order to set up their clients for success in a post-COVID world.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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SHC1
Power Mobility for People With Vision Loss

PRESENTED BY: Dr. Michelle Markowitz, OD, OT Reg. (Ont.), Corie Haslbeck, OT Reg. (MB), and Colin Marnoch, Orientation and Mobility Instructor at Vision Loss Rehab

  • Power mobility is possible for persons with visual impairment.
  • OT and O&M collaboration with the client is best practice.
  • Guidelines for how to determine a client's ability to safely use power mobility.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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MPVL1
Project Management: A Key Skill for Work and Life

PRESENTED BY: Shiyen Shu, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Project management basics for project success.
  • Project management trends.
  • Preparing and writing the PMP exam.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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PMKS1
Psychotherapy Supervision: Expectations

PRESENTED BY: Gord Hirano, M.Sc., B.H.Sc. (OT), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • OT Psychotherapy Supervisee expectations: Finding a supervisor, ensuring appropriate level of supervision, understanding the supervision agreement, establishing a supervision plan and record, client communication and transitions in supervision.
  • OT Psychotherapy Supervisor expectations: Ensuring supervisor experience and competence and training, accountability, supervision notes, supervision agreement.
  • The supervision agreement: key components.


Non-Member Price: 75.00
Member price: 50.00
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PSSS1
Raise The Bar 101: Sexual Harassment Prevention

PRESENTED BY: Mitchell Mervyn (they/them), Workplace Equity Educator, Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region

  • Define and recognize sexual harassment.
  • Understand basic bystander intervention skills.
  • Learn ways to respond to disclosures of sexual harm.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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RTB101X
Reactive Balance Training for Fall Prevention

PRESENTED BY: Dr. Avril Mansfield (she/her), Senior Scientist, KITE-Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

  • Understand the rationale for including reactive balance training in a fall prevention program.
  • Learn how to implement reactive balance training in practice.
  • Understand the roles that occupational therapists might have in delivering reactive balance training.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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RBTFP1
Redefining Sensory Births Through the Lens of OT

PRESENTED BY: Amanda Hall (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.), PMH-C, Owner & Occupational Therapist, Willow Family Wellness OT Services Inc.

  • Identify the OT role in the sensory birth process.
  • Apply sensory concepts to the birthing experience.
  • Develop strategies for creating and executing a sensory birth plan.
  • Integrate strategies for the involvement of other birth professionals in a sensory birth.
  • Create a sensory postpartum recovery plan in continuity of the sensory birth plan.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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RSB1
Residential Rehab for TBI: How It Works and Why It Works

PRESENTED BY: Colleen Boyce, Director, Bayshore NRIO, and Jessica Stengel, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • What a residential rehabilitation program is.
  • What assessments are done in this context and how it differs from other practice settings.
  • What intervention looks like in a residential setting.
  • The costs associated to support life care plans.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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RRTBI1
Return to Work Strategies for Complex Situations

PRESENTED BY: Nancy J Gowan, BHsc (OT), OT Reg (ON), CDMP, President Gowan Consulting

  • 3 hours in duration presented in 3 parts.
  • Legal and business reasons for RTW.
  • Principles and evidence informed best practices for RTW.
  • Communication and negotiation for sustainable RTW.


Non-Member Price: 115.00
Member price: 85.00
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RWSCS1
Risks of Whole-Body Vibration for Power Wheelchair Users

PRESENTED BY: Cathy Choi, OT Reg. (Ont.), Robin Gairns, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Zachary McAlpine, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Detrimental physical effects of whole-body vibrations on power wheelchair users.
  • How to use a smart phone accelerometer and an available mobile application to measure power wheelchair vibration.
  • Clinical considerations when prescribing power wheelchairs or vibration dampening equipment.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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WBV1
Sensory Enhanced Yoga for Self-Regulation and Trauma Healing

PRESENTED BY: Lynn Stoller, OT, MS, OTR, C-IAYT, RYT 500/E-RYT 200, YACEP, Founding President, Sensory-Enhanced Yoga Institute and Marika Paquin, OT Reg. (Ont.), E-RYT, YACEP

  • PTSD as a trauma-based sensory processing disorder.
  • Discuss how yoga is considered to be one of the best adjunct treatments for treatments for PTSD (based on the research findings).
  • How the Transdisciplinary Model for Post-Traumatic Growth can be used as a roadmap to help guide healing for your clients who struggle with the effects of trauma or related mental health conditions.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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SEY1
Situational Assessments in the Auto Sector

PRESENTED BY: Karen Rucas, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Life Care Planner; OSOT Government Lead in the Auto Sector, Maria Stella-Puopolo, OT Reg. (Ont.), and Jeff Ford, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Considerations prior to taking the referral to do a situational assessment.
  • Considerations of what to do before, during and after a situational assessment.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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SAAS1
Spasticity Management After Upper Motor Neuron Syndrome

PRESENTED BY: Parvin Eftekhar, PhD., OT Reg. (Ont.), Affiliate Scientist, KITE | Toronto Rehab | University Health Network

  • Discuss the possible interventions and options to manage spasticity/contracture after upper motor neuron syndrome.
  • Splinting/casting/positioning.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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SMUPNS1
Stroke Care: Experiences Implementing Bundled Care

PRESENTED BY: Beth Linkewich, Director, Regional Stroke Centre and North & East GTA Stroke Network, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

  • Overview of bundled care.
  • Experiences of implementing bundled care.
  • Considerations for systems of care and rehabilitation providers.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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STROKECARE1
Supporting People Living With Hoarding Behaviours: OTs Role

PRESENTED BY: Alda Melo (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • 5 hour virtual workshop.
  • Understand the characteristics of hoarding disorder and their impact on ADL performance.
  • Learn to use three assessment tools.
  • Learn best practice approaches to hoarding and intervening strategies.
  • Practice creating a care plan.


Non-Member Price: 250.00
Member price: 195.00
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SPLHB1
Supporting Refugees: How to Get Started

PRESENTED BY: Dr. Setareh Ghahari (she/her), Associate Professor, Queen's University, Khezra Amjed (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.), and Kyla Dumlao (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Understand common barriers for accessing health services for refugees.
  • Explore how you can support daily occupations of refugees.
  • Learn how you can support managing mental health and disability in refugees.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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SRHTGS1
Supporting the Participation & Function of Homeless

PRESENTED BY: Carrie Anne Marshall, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) Assistant Professor, Western University and Sylvain Roy, PhD Neuropsychologist and Past-President of the Ontario Psychological Association

  • A general overview of the state of homelessness in Canada.
  • Health profiles of homeless persons in Canada.
  • Functional and participation challenges that homeless persons face in daily life, and evidence-based strategies aimed at addressing these challenges.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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HOMELESS1
Taking Your OT Practice Digital

PRESENTED BY: Ashley Reina, Registered Occupational Therapist

  • What is practice management software (PMS)?
  • How a PMS can save you time and help keep you organized in your private practice.
  • How Telehealth fits in and what parts of your practice you decide to take digital.
  • Adopting best practices for documentation and creating empowered clients.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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TYPD1
Telehealth & Occupational Therapy

PRESENTED BY: Christine Linton, Provincial Director Adoption at OTN and Lisa Ferraro, Regional Lead at Toronto Central LHIN, Central LHIN & Central LHIN East

  • Services offered by the OTN.
  • Cases of how OTs have used telemedicine.
  • Member benefits and how to become an individual member of the OTN.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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TELE1
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Disability Benefits

PRESENTED BY: Yoni Silberman, Partner, Bogoroch & Associates LLP

  • Canada Pension Plan Disability Support Program, Ontario Disability Support Program, Ontario Works.
  • Disability claims.
  • Long-term disability claims in the age of COVID-19.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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DBC19x
The Palliative Care Network

PRESENTED BY: Susan Blacker, MSW, RSW, Provincial Clinical Co-Lead, Ontario Palliative Care Network

  • Provide an overview of the Ontario Palliative Care Network.
  • Provide an overview of recently launched resources.
  • Highlight the OT competencies within the palliative care competency framework.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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PCN1
The Role of OT in Treating Adults With ADHD

PRESENTED BY: Alanna Davis (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Understand the complexity of the ADHD diagnosis and the symptoms associated with it.
  • Identify assessment tools for use in the adult ADHD population.
  • Gain new knowledge on the benefits of mindfulness and nature-based practice for persons presenting with ADHD.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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ADHD1
The Rollercoaster of Entrepreneurship

PRESENTED BY: Carol MacDonald, President & Co-Founder, Gotcare

  • Identifying the problem when starting/owning/operating one's own business.
  • Co-creating and iterating on the solution.
  • Learning about the transformation as opposed to the disruption in the entrepreneurs' vision and mission.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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ROE1
The Scope of Occupational Therapy Practice in Primary Care

PRESENTED BY: Catherine Donnelly, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Inter-professional primary care.
  • Occupational therapy practice in primary care.
  • Performance measurement.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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PRIMCARE1
The Seating and Mobility Provision Process

PRESENTED BY: Marlene Adams, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Brenlee Mogul-Rotman, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Review seating and mobility provision process best practice.
  • Explain the importance of consistent and objective data collection.
  • Share strategies for involving the client and industry team members.
  • Introduce OSOT's Seating and Mobility Provision Process infographic and provide suggestions of how to incorporate it into practice.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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SMPP1
The WHO Wheelchair Provision Guidelines and the Role of OT

PRESENTED BY: Andree Gauthier (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Identify the 4 principles that underpin the 2023 Guidelines.
  • Define what is an appropriate wheelchair.
  • Provide clinical examples of the use of service level recommendations.
  • Provide examples of system level recommendations.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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WHOWPG1
Therapy Management of Distal Radius Fracture

PRESENTED BY: Mirella Deisher, OTD, MS, OTR/L, CHT

  • Identify normal anatomy and kinematics of the wrist.
  • Describe the pathomechanics related to distal radius fractures.
  • Identify important evaluative procedures.
  • Interpret evaluative findings to inform the plan of care.
  • Appraise how healing timelines influence treatment progression.
  • Identify appropriate interventions at different phases of healing.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
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TMDRF1
Transitional Care Plan During the COVID Pandemic Tool

PRESENTED BY: Jillian McConnell, Knowledge Mobilization Lead, brainXchange, Katelynn Aelick, Project Coordinator, Behavioural Supports Ontario, Provincial Coordinating Office, North Bay Regional Health Centre, and Kim Schryburt-Brown, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Introduce the 'My Transitional Care Plan during the COVID-19 Pandemic (MTCP-C19)' tool.
  • Reflect on the unique challenges when supporting individuals to transition across care settings during the pandemic and ways these can take place more seamlessly in the future by fostering better communication and information sharing around critical information normally lost in transitions.
  • Identify the critical elements needed to support transitions into long-term care and retirement homes for older adults living with dementia, complex mental health, substance use, and other neurological conditions.
  • Discuss the important role that occupational therapists play in facilitating transitions and equip them with a new tool they may consider incorporating into their practice.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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MTCP19X
Trauma Informed Care: Creating Safety in Practice

PRESENTED BY: Lauren Van Ewyk (she/her), M.ScMHC, RSW, PhD (student)

  • 3 hours in duration.
  • Recognize indications of trauma.
  • Identify ways to connect with individuals from a trauma informed lens.
  • Develop a plan of care that allows for a trauma informed response/practice.
  • Identify attachment styles and how to meet the needs of those who evidence insecure attachment.


Non-Member Price: 100.00
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TIC1
Trauma Informed Teaching Strategies for Education

PRESENTED BY: Sandra VanderKaay (she/her), PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.), Deedee Begin (she/her), Rachel Lisogurski (she/her), and Courtney Robb (she/her)

  • Be able to define trauma and trauma-informed teaching.
  • Understand the impact of trauma on learning, particularly in pre-clinical health care programs.
  • Be able to identify strategies that can mitigate the effects of trauma on learning in clinical placement settings.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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TTS1
Unconscious Biases: Learning to Recognize Internal Shortcuts

PRESENTED BY: Mitchell Mervyn (they/them), Workplace Equity Educator, Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region

  • Define what an unconscious bias and microaggression is.
  • Distinguish between various forms of unconscious biases.
  • Strengthen your confidence to recognize personal unconscious biases.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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UBLRIS1
Using the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
to Enhance Client-Centred Care and Outcomes

PRESENTED BY: Anne W. Hunt, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.) Assistant Professor Teaching Stream, University of Toronto Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy

  • Outcome measurement.
  • Client-centred practice.
  • Clinical practice.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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COPM1
Virtual Reality in Occupational Therapy

PRESENTED BY: Kelly Wendt, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Learn about the benefit of virtual reality for cognitive, physical, and psychological impairment.
  • Investigate specific products/games, their application, and funding considerations.
  • Explore case examples of use.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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VROT1
Virtual Visits for Seating and Mobility

PRESENTED BY: Linda Norton, M.Sc.CH, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)

  • Identifies strategies to limit the number of in-person visits and the number of people at each visit.
  • Discusses the factors that influence whether a visit should be conducted virtually or in-person.
  • Explores the specific assessment parameters that can effectively be addressed virtually.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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VVSM1
Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario: Who We Are & What We Do

PRESENTED BY: Jennifer Urosevic, Certified Orientation & Mobility Specialist, Executive Director, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario

  • Overview of programs and services.
  • Implications of blindness and low vision.
  • Strategies to support individuals with vision loss.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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