Employment after Spinal Cord Injury (2022)

Course Overview

COURSE OVERVIEW

REACCREDITED AND BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

3 CEUS

This course consists of  Two Video Presentations available immediately.

2 Hour Theory Presentation
  • This presentation reviews
    • Basic Anatomy and physiology of spinal cord injuries
    • Employment rates after SCI
    • Factors that influence employment after a SCI.
    • Seating requirements and other assistive devices that are essential.
    • Sport/ leisure options to ensure a balanced lifestyle

1 hour Recorded Case Study and Question and Answer Session
  • Lauren Michell looks at the use of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) model. She presents two case studies relating the theory presentation to clinical practice. She then fields questions from participants.

R400.00

Description

Lauren Michell (MSc(OT)) is a partner at The OT Link. She has clinical experience in community, spinal cord rehabilitation, wheelchair seating, sports classification and medico-legal functional capacity evaluations. She worked as lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand predominantly in the field of adult physical rehabilitation.  Lauren is passionate about return to work and vocational rehabilitation, particularly in the field of spinal cord injury and this formed the basis for her Masters dissertation. She values evidence-based practice, sound teaching and learning principles and goal driven therapy.

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