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Vestibular Interventions that Support Learning Outcomes

Presented by: 

Connie Wall,OTD

Connie Wall,OTD

Watch on-demand and earn AOTA-Approved CEUs

Course Description

Occupational Therapy Practitioners possess strongholds of sensory processing and underlying neurological processes, They understand constructs from contemporary neuroscience, illuminating the essential role of the vestibular system for neural networking that supports learning and communication.


Learners of this course will receive theoretical foundations as well as evidence from contemporary neuroscience so that they will expand their understanding of how the interventions support the mechanism of change - neuroplasticity, which results from the vestibular activation in an otherwise underperforming vestibular system.

Learning Objectives


1. Learners will identify 2-3 indicators of delayed Vestibular maturation within primary school aged children.

2. Learners will recognize how vestibular activation mediates attention, memory, learning, and communication.

3. Learners will discover and identify 2-3 ways to activate vestibular functioning universally within the classroom or within the clinic setting.

4. Learners will recognize and articulate 2-3 expectations for vestibulOTherapy outcomes for children who have under-registration and delayed maturation of this sensory system.

Contact Hours

This course is 1 hour in length. (0.1 AOTA CEUs)

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Agenda

0-5 minutes

Introduction


5-15 minutes

Defining the Problem


15-25 minutes

Overview of Supporting Theories and Evidence


25-40 minutes

VestibulOTherapy Assessment / Screening tool


40-50 minutes

The Intervention Mechanism of Change


50-55 minutes

Research Outcomes


55-60 minutes

Questions and Answers

Your Instructor

Connie Wall,OTD

Connie Wall,OTD

Throughout her doctoral research and tenure as a school occupational therapist and Adjunct Professor, Connie has developed expertise in a wide variety of clinical interventions, using an investigative approach to determine the most effective interventions for helping each individual child. Her clinical expertise, research, and publications have developed her leadership with vestibular interventions in pediatric - occupational therapy.

Connie is keenly interested in the impact of vestibular therapies in relation to children’s occupational performance. As a seasoned pediatric OT with over 25 years of clinical experience, specialty certification in Ayres Sensory Integration, and OT doctorate, friends and colleagues look to her for professional expertise and positive leadership.

Her mission is to help children and their supporting adults understand and integrate vestibular supports into their daily routine to empower children to reach beyond their potential and soar. She is hopeful the constructs of her educational offerings will be transformative to the classroom and pediatric OT programming to promote children's achievement in social and academic occupations.

Registration

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Instructional Methods

A combination of speaker presentation with a slide deck and Q+A with the presenter

Target Audience
& Educational Level

This is an introductory level course intended for occupational therapy practitioners working in school systems or with a goal to better understand occupational therapy in school systems

Course Completion Requirements

To receive a certificate for this course, you must watch the recorded course in its entirety. Then, you will need to take a learning assessment test and earn a score 75% or higher. If you pass, a certificate will be automatically generated and sent to your email.

Special Needs Requests

This course will include closed captioning and a transcript may be available upon request. You may also rewatch the course or sections of the course as needed. Additional accommodations may be requested by reaching out to us via email. 

Financial & Non-financial Disclosures

Speaker Disclosure

Connie offers resources and consultation through her website vestibulotherapy.org .

Sponsor Disclosure

The OTS Collaborative Community is a product of the OT Schoolhouse.

Content Disclosure

This learning event does not focus exclusively on any specific product or service.

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