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AiA 2017 AoTA CEU Approved Sessions

ASA is an approved provider of continuing education for American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Approval #3312. The following sessions have been reviewed and approved for AoTA CEUs. Other sessions not listed may be attended at the discretion of the Occupational Therapist but will not be eligible for AoTA CEUs.

Please note: The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.

Aging in Community

(MO107) Aging and Disability Resource Centers: Promising Practices Across the Country

(MO115) National, State and Local Efforts to Reduce Falls Among Older Adults

(MO113) Leave Me Alone: The Live-Alone Projects

(TU115) Memory Care: Integrating the Physical and Social Environments

(TU237) The Benefits of an Integrative Memory Enhancement Program

(WE389) Fostering and Financing Age-Friendly Communities

Diversity and Cultures of Aging

(MO131) Replicable Models of Collaboration to Serve the Health Needs of LGBT Older Adults

(TU135) A Family-Centered Approach to Serving Latino Elders and Their Family Caregivers

(WE129) Caregiving in the LGBTQ Community

(TH217) Cultural Diversity and Caregiving: Improving Quality Elderly Care

Policy, Advocacy and Ethics

(MO215) Reliable, Integrated and Community-Anchored Care for Older Adults with Disabilities

(WE423) End-of-Life Decision-Making for People with Intellectual Disabilities

(TH147) Considering Sexual Expression in Long-Term Care: Policy and Practice

Caregiving

(MO181) Empowering Consumers to Receive Truth in Treatment

(MO187) Using Technology in Long-Term Care

(TU189) In Their Own Words: Caring for Someone with Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or Huntington's

(TU245) Steps to HOPE: Building Health, Optimism, Purpose and Endurance for Dementia Caregivers

(WE457) Enjoying Meaningful Strength-Based Interactions with People Experiencing Dementia

(TH167) Finding Gratitude and Meaning in Family Caregiving: Strength-Based Psychotherapy

(TH171) So, Your Patient Can't Follow Directions?

Clinical Care and Transitions

(MO191) Reducing Fall Risk for Vulnerable Seniors

(TH121) Improving Outcomes for Acute Stroke Patients: Two Patient-Centered Models

(TH215) The POLST Paradigm: Care Across the Continuum Toolkit

Lifelong Learning, Wellness, Engagement

(MO209) Peng Tzu Ancient Longevity System: A Way to Joyful Aging

(MO141) Creativity as a Means to Expression of Emotions by Older Adults

(TU263) Benefits of Using Library Materials with Persons with Dementia

(WE145) Generation 2 Generation: Mutual Learning between OT Students and Older Adults

(WE417) Changing the Dementia Paradigm: Creating Meaningful, Community-Based Engagement

(WE419) Implementing Your Brain Health Initiative: Practical Advice from the Field

(WE477) Seeing the Way to Healthy Aging: Eye Health Strategies

(WE473) Bridging the Gap between Recreation and Healthcare

Mental Health

(WE421) Homelessness in Older Adults: Causes, Consequences and Solutions

(WE479) Responding to Older Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse

(TH229) Positive Psychological Assessment and Dementia

(TH277) Suicide Assessment and Intervention with Older Adults

(TH275) Mental Health Care: Identifying Needs in Nontraditional Settings

Religion, Spirituality, and Meaning

None qualify.

Technology, Access, Transportation

(MO159) Building a Community-Based Sustainable Telehealth Intervention Program for Seniors

(MO161) Quantifying the Positive Effects of Music and Memory iPods and iPads for Dementia Care

(TU279) Technology Solutions to Collect and Analyze Data Outside Hospital Walls

(WE435) Improving Health and Wellness of Seniors Using Wearable Technology

(MO267) Innovative Design Applications for Creating Living Environments for All Ages and Abilities

(TH195) Aging and the ADA: What You Need to Know

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