OHIO INSTITUTE FOR OT/PT SCHOOL-BASED PRACTICE

25th Annual

Sessions

Registration opens May 3, 6:00 AM.

Ohio Institute for OT/PT School-Based Practice - Copyright 2016

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MONDAY, AUGUST 7

7:30-8:15 AM

Check-in and continental breakfast

8:15-8:30 AM

Welcome

Updates from the Office for Exceptional Children

by Jessica Dawso, Office for Exceptional Children, Ohio Department of Education

8:30-9:30 AM

Keynote

'Weaving Visualization and Mindfulness into Your Practice

by Tere Bowen-Irish OTR/L

Exhibitor Displays - CEU SIGN-IN OPENS 

9:30-9:45 AM

Session One

9:45-11:45 AM

A

Empowering Students Via Mindfulness, Movement and Yoga Techniques to Enhance Classroom Performance by Tere Bowen-Irish OTR/L

B

Ready Bodies, Learning Minds: Cultivating the Complete Child by Athena Oden PT

C

Integrating Primitive Reflexes to Improve School Function by Kim Wiggins OTR/L

 

D  

School-Based OT/PT Practice Basics: Support for Beginning Practice in Schools by Molly Dodge OTR/L and Jennifer Wissinger PT, DPT, PCS

 

 

E

Developmental Coordination Disorder: Best Practices for Recognition and Management in the School Setting by Erin Iverson PT, DPT, PCS and Patti Sharp OTD, MS, OTR/L

 

 

 

F

NICU experience and early childhood: A multidisciplinary view of the long-term social, behavioral, and developmental impact of early drug exposure when treating a child born with pernatal exporsure to narcotics or other illicit substances and how to promote best outcomes by Teresa Borghese-Lang RN MS, CPNP-AC/PC, CLC; Kimberley Scot PT, DPT, PCS; and Jason Kovalcik MD

 

 

 

Exhibitor Displays

11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Lunch

12:00-1:00 PM

Exhibitor Displays

1:00-1:15 PM

Session Two

1:15-2:45 PM

G

CONTINUED from Session A

 

 

 

H

CONTINUED from Session B

 

 

 

I

The Visual System and Its Impact on Learning by Kim Wiggins OTR/L

J

What's My Role? Making Meaningful Contributions During the Multi-Tiered Support System and ETR Process by Cheryl VanHoose MHS, PT and Christine A. Urig MS, OTR/L

 

K

Management of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in the School Setting by Michelle McGuire PT, MPT and Michael Kiefer PT, DPT

L

Physical therapy and occupational therapy interventions at school age: A multidisciplinary view of the long-term social, behavioral, and developmental impact of early drug explosure when treating a child born with prenatal exposure to narcotics or other illicit substances and how to promote best outcomes by Jessica Lewis PT, DPT, PCS and Jill Tonneman OTR/L

Exhibitor Displays

2:45-3:00 PM

Session Three

3:00-4:30 PM

M

CONTINUED from Sessions A and G

N

CONTINUED from Sessions B and H

O

New Ideas for Developing Pre-Writing Skills by Kim Wiggins OTR/L

P

What's My Role? The Essential Components of Meaningful IEP Development by Cheryl VanHoose MHS, PT and Christine A. Urig MS, OTR/L

Q

CONTINUED from Session K

R

Social, family and long-term developmental outcomes: A multidisciplinary view of the long-term social, behavior, and developmental impact of early drug exposure when treating a child born with prenatal exposure to narcotics or other illicit substances and how to promote best outcomes by Kathrine Steingass MD and Leslieigh Ryan Nicoll MSW, LISW-S

TUESDAY, AUGUST 8

CEU Sign-in and Continental Breakfast

7:30-8:00 AM

Session Four

8:00-10:00 AM

S

Universal Design, Creating a Classroom for One and All by Tere Bowen-Irish OTR/L

T

Sensory Supports in the Schools  by Susan Aebker DHS, OTR/L, CAS

U

Sloppy Handwriting by Kim Wiggins OTR/L

V

Medicaid Schools Program Updates: Ohio Law for Ordering Referring and Prescribing (ORP) Therapists, Coding Changes, School-Based Health Care Clinics and MORE by Cheryl VanHoose MHS, PT and Mark Smith CPM, MPA

W

Are we Ready to Meet the Obesity Challenge? by Cindy Miles PT, PhD, PCs

X

Foundational Principles for Orthotic Management of Children with Movement Dysfunction by Kathryn Martin PT, DHSc

Exhibitor Displays

10:00-10:15 AM

Session Five

10:15 AM-12:15 PM

Y

CONTINUED from Session S

 

 

 

 

 

 

Z

CONTINUED from Session T

AA

Handwriting Skills and Handwriting Compensation Techniques by Kim Wiggins OTR/L

BB

Understanding and Utilizing Appropriate Outcome Measures in OT and PT School-Based Practice by Jennifer Wissinger PT, DPT, PCS; Helen Carey PT, DHSc, PCS and Kelly Tanner PhD, OTR/L

CC

"Fit for Life": Pediatric therapists are the solution ENCOURAGING CHILDREN OF ALL ABILITIES" by Cindy Miles, PT, PhD, PCS

DD

Orthotic Management of Children with Cerebral Palsy by Kathryn Martin PT, DHSc

Exhibitor Displays

12:15-12:30 PM

Lunch

12:30-1:30 PM

Exhibitor Displays

1:30-1:45 PM

Session Six

1:45-3:45 PM

EE

CONTINUED from Sessions S and Y

FF

CONTINUED from Sessions T and Z

GG

iPad Apps for Organization, Behavior, Sensory and Fine Motor by Kim Wiggins OTR/L

HH

CONTINUED from Session BB

II

"Exercise is for Everyone! - ENCOURAGING CHILDREN OF ALL ABILITIES" by Cindy Miles PT, PhD, PCS

JJ

Orthotic Management of Children with Hypotonia by Kathryn Martin PT, DHSc

 

ALL HANDOUTS ARE ONLINE at

 

www.ohiootptinstitute.org

 

FOR YOU TO DOWNLOAD PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE INSTITUTE

 

No paper handouts will be available at the Institute site.

 

 
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