Measuring Outcomes of Pediatric Physical Therapy - starts September 4
This popular 14-week interactive course provides 3.2 CEUs, includes four (4) learning modules, and is limited to 48 seats. Pediatric physical therapists have a wide variety of choices for standardized tests and measures. The purpose of this continuing education course is to guide participants in evidence-based decision making for optimal selection, administration, interpretation, and sharing results of pediatric outcome measures. Through actual case scenarios, participants will develop skills related to integration of standardized tests and measures into their practice settings. The ICF framework will be used to guide course discussion and content. Instructors are Robin L. Dole, PT, DPT, EdD, PCS; Joe Schreiber, PT, PhD; Helen Carey, PT, DHSc, PCS.
Defining, Assessing, Measuring, and Treating Children with Complex Disabilities - Starts September 18
This 8-week interactive course provides 2.0 CEUs, includes five (5) learning modules, and is limited to 30 seats. Whether acute, chronic, acquired, or congenital, children with complex disabilities often demonstrate impairments across cognitive, sensory, and motor domains. This course will help inter-professional team members, including physical therapists, to identify subtle abilities and skills of individuals with complex disabilities that may enhance their quality of life and participation using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) framework, quality of life (QOL) and humanism conceptual models. Instructor is Cynthia Dodds, PT, PhD.
Join us for the 8th APPTAC to experience exceptional educational sessions - more than 60 pediatric educational sessions covering a wide variety of topics and specialty areas! APPTAC also is a great chance to network with colleagues across the country and around the world.
July 27-28, 2018
September 21-23, 2018
Overview of Board Certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
Testimonials on Board Certification in Pediatrics