2023 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.
 

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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
Member price: 45.00
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BCD1
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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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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
Member price: 25.00
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BNBW1
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
Member price: 75.00
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CATCL1
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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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DMHS1
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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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OTFC1
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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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EOT1
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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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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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FORM1X
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
Member price: 0.00
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HPSHE1
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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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IOAP1
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
Member price: 45.00
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CBERS1
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.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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MDCF1
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
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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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
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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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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WSIB's New Musculoskeletal (MSK) Program of Care

PRESENTED BY: Jessie Farran (she/her), OT Reg. (Ont.), Director, Health Services, WSIB and Daniela Mazzitti, OT Reg. (Ont.), Program and Provider Specialist, WSIB

  • Learn about WSIB’s health care continuum and what the MSK program of care is.
  • Discover key updates in the new MSK program of care including admission, structure, and delivery of the program.
  • Understand registration process and implementation timelines.


Non-Member Price: 25.00
Member price: 0.00
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