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Course Objectives, Cancellation, Certificates, Reasonable Accommodations, and Classification

Course Objectives

  • Define “evidence-based practice”
  • Describe how to answer a clinical question
  •  Demonstrate basic use of the EBRSR
  • Define the conditions under which neuroplasticity occurs
  • Describe the basic mechanisms underlying neuroplasticity
  • Describe the clinical importance of neuroplasticity
  • Identity the three basic types of neglect
  • Identify and describe 2 neglect treatments
  • Identify and describe the two types of apraxia
  • Describe two apraxia treatments
  • Describe basic correlations between selected postures and shoulder
    disuse/dysfunction
  • Identify critical musculoskeletal structures and landmarks comprising the
    shoulder
  • Differentiate between the types of in hand manipulation skills
  • Identify 3 common post-stroke shoulder impairments and their etiologies
  • Identify relevant CNS structures involved in pain
  • Identify and describe common types of CNS pain
  • Identify pain treatments that are in the scope of therapists
  • Briefly list other pain strategies used post-stroke
  • Describe edema management
  • Describe two strategies for edema resolution
  • List relevant estim parameters that can be modulated by therapists
  • Differentiate between different types of electrical stimulation
  • Identify purposes of different estim types
  • Differentiate between Mental Practice, Action Observation, and Mirror Therapy
  • Describe the basic application of Mental Practice, Action Observation, and Mirror
    Therapy
  • Identify the components comprising constraint induced therapy (CIT) for the
    upper extremity
  • Identify possible methods for constraint induced therapy (CIT) of the lower
    extremity
  • Describe the criteria necessary for a stroke survivor to qualify for constraint
    induced therapy (CIT) for the upper extremity
  • Describe the criteria necessary for a stroke survivor to qualify for constraint
    induced therapy (CIT) for the lower extremity
  • Review key components of sit to stand AND gait
  • Compare and contrast valid and reliable standardized measures used to

establish baseline function.

  • Identify various components and impairments that contribute to balance deficits
  • Identify priority impairments that result in the most common gait deviations
  • Compare and contrast intervention ideas to improve gait outcomes
  • Incorporate motor learning strategies into a variety of intervention ideas.

Cancellation Policy

Neurorecovery Unlimited, LLC reserves the right to cancel a course with full registration refund, if insufficient numbers of participants have registered for the course.

Registrants may cancel up to 30 days prior to the course. In lieu of cancelling their registration, registrants may also request to transfer their tuition to another course pending availability of seats. Participants may cancel their registration and receive a refund, minus a $50.00 cancellation charge, if requested 31 days or more prior to the course’s scheduled date. Individuals who registered using a credit card will be assessed an additional 3% cancellation fee, due to the Credit Card Service Provider’s 3% service charge on all transactions. Registrants who request to cancel less than 31 days prior to the course will not receive a refund, but may transfer their tuition to another course or location that is scheduled within 6 months of their initial CSRS course, pending availability of seats in the course.

Due to extenuating circumstances, it may be necessary to move a class from a live format to a partially or entirely virtual format. Participants will be notified of this change, and given the option to continue their participation in the course as planned, cancel their participation in the class with a refund, or transfer to another class, pending available seats. Individuals who registered using a credit card but who decide to cancel will be assessed an additional 3% cancellation fee, due to Credit Card Service Provider’s 3% service charge on all transactions.

Neurorecovery Unlimited, LLC is not responsible for reimbursement of any travel related expenses, including non refundable airline tickets, overnight accommodations, or other expenses.

Certificates

Course certificates are provided through a survey link. Participants must complete the evaluation of the course through the survey link after each day of the course has been completed. Upon doing so, they will have access to their certificate for that day.

Fulfillment of requests for additional copies of CSRS certificate(s) should be directed to admin@neurorecovery.net. Please note that an administrative fee of 25.00 will be assessed prior to releasing the certificate.

Reasonable Accommodation Policy

It is the responsibility of the course participant to make the course organizers aware that they have a disability and to cooperate in the interactive process to determine what reasonable accommodations can be provided. Neurorecovery Unlimited, LLC has the right to establish eligibility guidelines in accordance with both law and policy regarding disability and provide those accommodations that appropriately provide equal access to the programs and activities it sponsors.  All requests for accommodation must be made 1 week prior to course administration to allow for time to act on requests.

AOTA Classification Codes for CE Activities

Content of the CSRS series meets AOTA Classification Categories 1 (Domain of OT) and 2 (Occupational Therapy Process). Information on these categories is available here.