2019 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. 


Once you have selected one or more webinars from the available categories on the left menu, you can complete the order process by clicking on the "Proceed to Checkout" button or the "CART" icon at the top of the page. Instructions to access the webinar along with links to any resource material will be provided on the confirmation page as well as in a separate email that will be sent to you immediately following the transaction.
 

All Webinars

 
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.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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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.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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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.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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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
Member price: 25.00
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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
Member price: 25.00
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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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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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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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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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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Supporting the Participation of Homeless Persons

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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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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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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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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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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Women's Health and Occupational Therapy

PRESENTED BY: Lara Desrosiers, OT Reg. (Ont.) and Melissa LaPointe, OT Reg. (BC)

  • What occupational therapists are doing around the world in the field of women's health.
  • An innovative private practice within Ontario that focuses on supporting women with pelvic health challenges.
  • Key considerations and resources for exploring the process of launching a women's health practice within Ontario.


Non-Member Price: 50.00
Member price: 25.00
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