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Driving is Everybody’s Business: Part 1

Published: Feb 14th, 2017

How do occupational therapy practitioners who are not specialized in driving assessment and intervention determine if a client needs a driving evaluation? This presentation provides an overview of crash related […]

Predicting Simulated Driving Performance in Teens with ADHD/ASD

Published: Feb 13th, 2017

In this course, the authors introduce the crash statistics and characteristics of teens in general, as well as those with ADHD and ASD. Using clinical tests, driving performance videos of […]

Case Study of Driving Readiness: Comparing a Teen with ADHD/ASD to a Healthy Control

Published: Feb 12th, 2017

In this course, readiness to drive is assessed for a teen with a dual diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) compared to a healthy […]

Medication and the Older Adult

Published: Feb 11th, 2017

In order to safely and effectively provide services to older adults, occupational therapy practitioners must understand the medical and functional implications of medication use, especially upon such complex occupations as […]

Introduction to Community Mobility

Published: Feb 10th, 2017

The ability to move around in one’s community enables occupation, which in turn, promotes health and quality of life. Occupational therapy practitioners need to address community mobility as an IADL […]