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AiA 2018 AoTA CEU Approved Sessions


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AiA 2018 AoTA CEU Approved Sessions

ASA is an approved provider of continuing education for American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Approval #3312. The following sessions have been reviewed and approved for AoTA CEUs. Other sessions not listed may be attended at the discretion of the Occupational Therapist but will not be eligible for AoTA CEUs.

Please note: The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.

MO107 Evidence-Based Falls Prevention Programs: Innovations, Updates and Strategies for Progression
MO123 Arthritis in America: Overcoming the Burden Through Evidence-Based Interventions 
MO131 Self-Neglect: Elder Justice Innovation Grants Funded by the Administration for Community Living
MO169 Full Inclusion of Individuals Aging With Vision Loss Through Collaborative Models
MO187 Chronic Pain, Addiction and Quality of Life: When the Solution Is Worse Than the Problem
MO189 Federal Agency Behavioral Health Programs and Services for Older Americans
MO203 Technology as an Intervention to Increase Social Contact and Decrease Isolation in Older Adults
MO211 Design for Aging in Community: The Difference Is in the Details
MO219 Dementia Care Practice Recommendations for Healthcare Professionals
MO255 Knowledge, Access and Use of Assistive Technology for Older Adults' Activities of Daily Living
MO273 What Would You Do? A Sensory Experience
MO279 Empowering Consumers to Make Informed Decisions About Their Health 
MO281 The Doctor Brings Lunch: A Partnership Between Meals on Wheels and John Muir Health Physicians
MO291 At-Home Behavioral Health: Decreasing Depression in Seniors and Caregivers With Evidence-Based Models
MO299 Know Your Rights! Older People and the ADA
TH113 Solo Aging: A 360-Degree Perspective
TH121 Male Caregivers: Our Experiences and Future Implications 
TH131 Antipsychotics in Dementia Care: Medical Necessity or Elder Abuse?
TH137 Harnessing the Power of Brain Training: Best-Practice Models and Programs (PRSYMP08) 
TH139 (PRSYMP12) Young at Heart: A collaboration to Address Substance Abuse in Older Adults
TH159 Nursing Students Helping Seniors Age in Place
TH167 Family Caregivers and Professional Care Teams Collaborating for Better Health for Elders
TH179 The Role of Physical Therapy in Dementia Management 
TH195 Aging in Place: The Best Choice for Enjoying Life's Later Years?
TH197 Bullying Elimination Training Program for Staff and Older Adults
TU143 Keeping an Open Heart: Creative Approaches to Self-Care for Mental Health Practitioners
TU145 Self-Neglect Among Diverse Older Adult Populations: Community Practice and Points for Intervention
TU149 Honoring Spiritual and Cultural Diversity at the End of Life
TU153 Designing With--Not For--Older Adults
TU169 Students and Seniors: A Perfect Match
TU173 Dementia Caregiving in the United States 
TU177 Empowering In-Home Caregivers to Initiate Conversations About End-of-Life Care 
TU199 Ambiguous Loss: When the End of Life Isn't Obvious
TU209 Telehealth and Other Technologies for Reaching and Providing Services for Older Adults Where They Live
TU215 Aging in Place Without Isolation
TU229 The Abuse Intervention/Prevention Model: A Practical Framework for Practitioners
TU235 Using Meditation and Mindfulness for Emotional Renewal
TU247 Dementia and Sleep
TU251 Integrating Social Services and Home-Based Primary Care for Older Adults
TU271 Memory Cafes: An Innovative Model for Early Stage Dementia Support and Engagement
TU275 The Creation of a Virtual Senior Center to Prevent Falls and Isolation in Homebound Seniors
TU285 Count Him In: Supporting Men in the Role of Family Caregiver
TU311 Mindfulness Meditation Using Chanting of Mantra
WE237 Proposed New Classification of Behaviors in Dementia
WE279 2018 Diversity Summit
Inequality Matters: Focus on Diverse Caregiving Communities
WE281 Reducing Social Isolation and Maintaining Driving Independence Among Older Adults
WE285 Breakthroughs in Home Modification: Supporting Health, Fall Prevention and Home Safety
WE321 Empowering Bystanders to Intervene in Elder Abuse and Financial Abuse
WE327 No Place to Call Home: Involuntary Nursing Home Evictions
WE341 Provocateurs and Predictions: A Brave New World for Aging
WE345 The National Falls Prevention Action Plan: A Framework for Action to Reduce Falls Among Older Adults
WE357 Supporting Family Caregivers Providing Complex Care: Bridging the Gap Between Expectations and Reality
WE371 Elder Abuse: Detection, Response and Responsibility (PRSYMP07)
WE377 What We Know About Compulsive Hoarding: Research and Treatment Innovations


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