PM Webinar Session: Goal Writing: Developing a Meaningful & Effective Plan of Care

March 24, 2017 2:30pm - 4:00pm

*This is a Closed Webinar Event for Therapy 2000 Employees Only*

Targeted Audience: Clinicians that develop a Plan of Care: OTs, PTs, SLPs

Please note: This webinar is open company wide and is capped at 100 attendees. Please register early if you need this time slot.

This course is pending 1.5 CEUs from TOTA, approved for 1.5 CEUs from TSHA  and pending 1.5 CCUs from TPTA.

Register Here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7933729940614552577

Speakers:

Jennifer Lawson, OTR, MS

Stephanie Cone, PT, MPT

Course Location:

online at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7933729940614552577

Course Description:

This webinar course is for all agency clinicians and addresses the expectations for Plan of Care development at THERAPY 2000. The training will review the T2K philosophy of family driven and participation focused plan of care based on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) model and family autonomy. The process of goal development that focuses on three primary components will also be discussed: medically relevant participation focus, a measurable, meaningful activity, and functional deficits. Further, information on how to report progress on goals and modify goals will be shared.

Learner Objectives:

1. Define the 3 major components of a measurable, participation based goal.

2. Describe the necessary components of a goal progress report for reevaluation or short auth.

3. Identify the components of a measurable goal that should be considered for modification when a child is not mastering the goal within the specified time frame.

4. Describe the components of a goal focused on safety and function in the home.

2:30pm to 4:00pm

About Our Speakers:

Jennifer Lawson, OTR, MS

Jennifer studied Psychology and Spanish as an undergraduate at Indiana University and received her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in 1996 from the University of Indianapolis. She has worked in pediatrics since 1999 and is currently the Occupational Therapy Program Director for THERAPY 2000, a growing pediatric home health therapy company based in Dallas, Texas. Jennifer guides overall philosophy and delivery of OT programming, as well as therapist training and clinical development. She works with children and families, mentors other therapists, and coordinates the OT student program. Jennifer’s main area of interest and expertise is in working with children on the Autism Spectrum and their families. Jennifer believes strongly in the importance and power of the therapeutic relationship, and provides mentoring and training in this area as well. Jennifer has been a Registered Yoga Teacher since 2006 and a yoga studio owner in the Dallas area since 2011.

Stephanie Cone, PT, MPT

Stephanie received her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science at Texas A&M University.  In 2002, she earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from UT Southwestern Medical Center.  Since that time she has focused on practicing physical therapy with pediatric populations across various settings.  She began her career at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, specializing in treatments for children with clubfeet, brachial plexus injuries, motor control and juvenile arthritis.  Following working at Texas Scottish Rite, she continued to practice with pediatric populations in both the school based and home health settings.  Stephanie has also been involved in clinical trials with children with neuromuscular disorders and neurological conditions.  She currently serves as the Physical Therapy Clinical Program Director at THERAPY 2000, where she strives to equip other therapists with resources on evidence based practices.

 

*This is a Closed Event for Therapy 2000 Employees Only*

IMPORTANT INFO FOR SLP/STA CEU Credit

“Based on our CEU application method, TSHA requires all speech professionals miss no more than 10 minutes of class to receive full credit. Partial credit is not available for speech therapistsIf you are late to class at start or after break by more than 10 minutes, no credit can be granted, although you are still warmly welcome to attend.”

Thank You for your understanding of this externally mandated requirement.

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