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Occupational Therapy CEU Course Price List

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Occupational Therapy Profession

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  • AOTA Approved Provider #3313
  • Accepted by NBCOT
  • Electronic Reporting to CE Broker, NYSED and PA DOS for Select Courses
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COURSES HOURS PRICE
Alzheimer's Disease

Learn about Alzheimer's disease, its risk factors, clinical manifestations, and process for diagnosis; pharmacologic and medical therapies, and the role of rehabilitation in caring for persons with AD; strategies for addressing the effects of AD and ways to support families and caregivers.

6 $39.00
Asthma

Signs and symptoms of asthma, diagnosis and assessment, pharmacologic treatments, long-term management, complications, and managing asthma attacks.

7 $42.00
Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder signs and symptoms, medical diagnostic process and criteria, treatment modalities, management, and effective communication techniques for working with individuals with bipolar disorder.

2.5 $22.00
Bloodborne Pathogens Training: OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard

This course covers the requirement for annual bloodborne pathogens training as outlined by OSHA. Includes information on pathogens (HBV, HCV, HIV, Ebola, Zika); transmission and protection; personal protective equipment (PPE) and procedures; and exposure prevention and management.

2 $18.00
Breast Cancer

Care of patients with breast cancer, including approaches to prevention, assessment of risk factors, screening and diagnosis methods, current treatment modalities, survivorship, and end-of-life issues.

8 $45.00
Burnout: Coping with Job-Related Stress in Healthcare

Effects of stress on the body; types of job stress common in healthcare workers; symptoms and stages of burnout; prevention strategies; actions for responding to burnout.

1.5 $15.00
Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training for New York State: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Maltreatment

REQUIRED FOR NEW YORK MANDATED REPORTERS This course fulfills the requirement for training in identifying and reporting child abuse, child maltreatment, and child neglect for mandated reporters in New York State. Approved by NYSED.

3 $30.00
Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting in Pennsylvania (2 Hours): Mandated Reporter Training

REQUIRED FOR PA OT/OTA - LICENSE RENEWAL Fulfills the Act 31 requirement for occupational therapists/assistants in Pennsylvania for 2 hours of training in recognizing and reporting child abuse. Approved by PA.

2 $20.00
Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting in Pennsylvania (3 Hours): Mandated Reporter Training

REQUIRED FOR PA OT/OTA - INITIAL LICENSURE Fulfills the Act 31 requirement for occupational therapists/assistants in Pennsylvania for 3 hours of training in recognizing and reporting child abuse. Approved by PA.

3 $30.00
Child Abuse, Neglect, and Maltreatment

Recognizing indicators of child abuse, child neglect, and child maltreatment; contributing risk factors; mandated reporting requirements and procedures.

3 $24.00
Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity prevalence, consequences, contributing factors; assessment, prevention, interventions; ethical issues.

6 $39.00
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Causes and forms of COPD, characteristics, effects of smoking, long-term treatment and management, pulmonary rehabilitation, treatment of acute exacerbations.

5 $35.00
Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Caring for patients with or at risk for CAD. Course covers pathophysiology, clinical presentations, risk factors and prevention measures, assessment and diagnosis, complications and comorbidities, emergency treatment, and management of acute/chronic coronary artery disease.

7 $42.00
Depressive Disorders

Types of depressive disorders as defined by DSM-5; critical depression assessment issues and concerns, including suicide; medical and nursing diagnosis, and therapeutic communication and interpersonal support strategies.

3 $24.00
Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1

Development, diagnosis, treatment regiments, and management of type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM); interventions to avoid acute and chronic complications.

4 $30.00
Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2

Type 2 diabetes: causes, prevention strategies for patients at risk, assessment and screening criteria, treatment, complications, and long-term plan of care.

7 $42.00
Domestic Violence Education

3-hour CE course on the health effects of domestic violence. Learn about the types of domestic violence, including IPV, how to recognize signs and symptoms, documenting and reporting suspected abuse, and actions to protect victims.

3 $24.00
Elder Care

Goals and models of care for older adults; physiologic, cognitive, and psychological changes of aging; elements of functional assessment; balance and fall risk; medication use and misuse; elder abuse; end-of-life care.

10 $49.00
Florida Occupational Therapy Laws and Rules

REQUIRED FOR OT/OTA This course fulfills the requirement for 2 hours on the laws and rules governing the practice of occupational therapy in Florida; includes licensing requirements, discipline, penalties, ethical and legal issues, use of prescription devices. Approved by the FL Board of Occupational Therapy and CE Broker.

2 $20.00
Helping People Change Health-Related Behaviors

Concepts of change agents and the stages of change; factors affecting an individual's ability to change; and techniques for facilitating change, including motivational interviewing.

1.5 $15.00
HIV/AIDS for Florida Healthcare Professionals

REQUIRED: SEE APPROVED LICENSES Fulfills the 1-hour HIV/AIDS continuing education requirement for OTs and OTAs in Florida. Overview of incidence, etiology, HIV transmission, testing, FL testing and informed consent laws, occupational infection control measures, and clinical management of HIV/AIDS.

1 $10.00
HIV/AIDS Training and Education for Healthcare Professionals

Comprehensive review of HIV/AIDS. Covers etiology and epidemiology, transmission and infection control, testing, clinical manifestations and treatment, legal and ethical issues, and psychosocial issues.

8 $45.00
HIV/AIDS Training for Washington Healthcare Professionals (7 CH)

REQUIRED FOR OT/OTA LICENSURE Fulfills the requirement for 7 hours of HIV/AIDS training in Washington State. Covers transmission of HIV, infection control, WA laws concerning confidentiality and testing, clinical manifestations and treatment, psychosocial issues, and legal and ethical issues.

7 $65.00
Infection Control: Preventing and Controlling Infectious Diseases and Healthcare-Associated Infections NEW

Infection prevention and control practices, the chain of infection, methods to prevent the spread of infection, use of personal protective equipment (PPE), strategies to minimize the risk of occupational exposures to infectious diseases.

6 $39.00
Influenza: Seasonal Flu 2017-2018: Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention

Symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of seasonal flu. Covers the vaccines for the 2017-2018 flu season as recommended by the CDC and preventative measures for healthcare providers and patients.

2 $18.00
Medical Errors: Prevention and Patient Safety NEW

Comprehensive overview of preventing medical errors in the practice setting, including the most common medical errors and strategies to prevent them. Covers evidence-based interventions, the importance of communication, patient safety standards, and the role of organizational systems.

6 $39.00
Mental Health Crises: Intervention and Support for Patients

Response and care for persons experiencing a mental health crisis, ranging from short-term intervention to emergency management of a life-threatening situation.

5 $35.00
Metabolic Syndrome: Risk, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Risk factors, assessment measures, diagnostic and monitoring tests, treatment, guidelines, complications, and therapeutic lifestyle changes associated with metabolic syndrome.

3.5 $28.00
Older Adult Care: Strategies to Improve Nutrition

Factors that affect nutrition in older adults, recognizing signs of poor nutrition, performing a nutritional assessment, treatment options for improving nutrition, and evaluating the success of nutrition interventions.

2.5 $22.00
Pain Management

Managing pain: understanding the experience of pain, providing appropriate assessment and ethical interventions for pain, and issues of consideration related to opioid use.

6 $39.00
Pain Management for Oregon Healthcare Professionals

REQUIRED FOR OREGON OT/OTA Fulfills OR 6-hour CE requirement. Pain management: its nature, sources, assessment, interventions, documentation. Ethical/legal issues; effects upon various groups of people.

6 $60.00
Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma

Recognition and prevention of pediatric AHT (pediatric abusive head trauma). Definition and terminology, risk factors, presentation, assessment, and diagnosis; intervention and prevention strategies; reporting.

3 $24.00
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Treatment Approaches for Trauma

Increase your understanding of posttraumatic stress disorder and ability to intervene appropriately in assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of the disorder.

3.5 $28.00
Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Treatment: Assessment, Wound Care, and Healing

Risk factors for developing pressure injuries and ulcers; prevention, assessment, and treatment, including staging pressure ulcers, effective wound treatment, management, and healing.

7 $42.00
Prevention of Medical Errors for Florida Occupational Therapists NEW

REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA OT/OTA This course fulfills the 2-hour requirement for reporting and prevention of medical errors. Covers preventing medical errors in the practice setting, common medical errors, and Florida's medical error reporting requirements. Approved by the Florida Board of Occupational Therapy.

2 $20.00
Prostate Cancer

Epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of prostate cancer; approaches to prostate cancer screening and prevention, rehabilitation interventions, and care of patients and their significant others.

6 $39.00
Stroke: Comprehensive Acute Stroke Care

Anatomical alterations, pathophysiology, diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment options, emphasizing acute care and initial rehabilitation, for patients who have experienced a stroke.

9 $47.00
Suicide Intervention and Prevention Training: Risk Assessment, Treatment, and Management

How to assess and determine risk for suicide, appropriate treatment and management for at-risk patients, and public health strategies for suicide prevention. Includes epidemiologic data, risk factors, protective factors, and interventions specific to the veteran population.

6 $39.00
Suicide Intervention and Prevention Training for Washington Healthcare Professionals (3 CH)

REQUIRED FOR WA OT/OTA Suicide risk assessment, treatment, and referral/management. Understanding the complex nature of suicide, how to assess and determine risk for suicide, treatment modalities for suicidal behavior; prevention and intervention strategies.

3 $30.00
Tuberculosis

TB infections, testing and treatment options, and infection control and prevention measures for the public and other healthcare providers.

5 $35.00
Workplace Violence: Prevention and Solution Strategies

Definition and types of workplace violence; risk factors and responses specific to the healthcare industry; measures for de-escalation. Outlines employee and employer responsibilities, elements of a workplace violence prevention program, and effective institutional and employer initiatives to reduce incidence.

3 $24.00
Wound Care SPECIAL OFFER

Wound assessment, treatment, and management for patients with acute and chronic wounds in various clinical settings.

8 $35.00

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$10 off Wound Care (8 contact hours)

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Medical Errors: Prevention and Patient Safety (6 contact hours)

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Breast Cancer (8 contact hours)

Breast cancer is the number one cause of cancer death in women. Occupational therapists (OT) and occupational therapy assistants (OTA) provide important treatments. Update your knowledge today and get an instant 8-hour certificate of completion!

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