Course Learning Objectives

Target Audience: Occupational Therapy Practitioners

  • Tests & Measures

    Identify clinical tools and strategies for evaluation of cognition and cognitive-perceptual performance skills for driving

  • Evidenced Based & Best Practice

    Apply current occupational therapy evidence-based research & best practice to driving rehabilitation to address cognitive performance skills

  • Evaluation & Treatment Techniques

    Given a client scenario, select the most appropriate evaluation techniques and treatment interventions to assess a client's fitness to drive

Course Description

A good assessment of cognition means going beyond alert and oriented. In this course you will learn cognitive assessment strategies for a range of executive functioning skills used for driving and community mobility. Benefit from education on a range of tools including the Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool, Montreal Cognitive Assessment, Trails Making Test A & B, Clock Drawing, Maze test, Motor Free Visual Perceptual Test, and more! Watch as skilled occupational therapy practitioners provide various cognitive tests and measures to clients. Consider the link between cognition, vision, and visual perceptual skills. Explore and understand visual perceptual skill assessments and interventions. Gain an understanding of how cognition and visual perceptual skills are used for the occupation of driving. Benefit from incredible case studies, videos, driver rehab specialist reflections, and a variety of handouts to immediately impact your clinical practice. Be challenged with knowledge checks and discussion chats. This is course is ideal for the occupational therapy practitioner addressing driving in the clinic. This course is also a great foundation for those OT's advancing into driver rehabilitation. Take this course as part of the In the Clinic: Building Blocks Curriculum Bundle or on it’s on. This course is taught by occupational therapy practitioners, with advanced training and experience in the field of driver rehabilitation.

Course Agenda

    1. Welcome

    2. Please Note

    3. Course Handout - Please download

    4. Course References & Resources

    5. Course Resource: Driving Pathways by Diagnosis Sheets

    6. OT DRIVE Infographic

    1. Introducing Cognitive Performance Skills & Driving ( M7 MI A1)

    1. Cognitive Performance Skills & Driving (M7 L1 A1)

    2. Cognitive Performance Skills: Application to Driving (M7 L1 A1.2)

    3. Addressing Cognitive Performance Problems (M7 L1 A2)

    4. Applying Specific Mental Functions to Driving (M7 L1 A3)

    1. Course 7: Evaluation of Cognitive Skills for D&CM Tests & Measures - Please download

    2. Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool (M7 L2 A1)

    3. Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool Demonstration (M7 L2 A2)

    4. Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) (M7 L2 A3)

    5. Additional Cognitive Assessments (M7 L2 A4)

    6. Knowledge Check (M7 L2 A5)

    1. Applying Visual Perceptual Assessments to Cognition (M7 L3 A1)

    2. Example Traffic Sign Test

    3. Learn How Visual Perceptual Skills Impact Driving - Please download

    4. Demonstrating the Clock Drawing Test & Trails Making Test A & B (M7 L3 A2)

    5. Scoring & Interpretation (M7 L3 A3)

    6. Using Visual Perceptual Assessments (M7 L3 A4)

    7. Additional Visual Perceptual Assessments (M7 L3 A5)

    8. Utilizing Driving Simulators for Assessment & Intervention of Cognition, Visual Perceptual Skills, & Beyond (M7 L3 A6)

    9. Reflection on Driving Simulators for OT Interventions (M7 L3 A6.2)

    10. Visual Perceptual & Visual Scanning Interventions to Prepare for Driving (M7 L3 A 7)

    11. Additional Visual Perception Resources (M7 L3 A7.2)

    12. Interpreting Cognitive & Visual Perceptual Assessments (M7 L3 A8)

    1. Overview of Communication & Self-Management (M7 L4 A1)

    2. Considering Self Management Factors with Clients (M7 L4 A2)

    3. Applying Communication Strategies (M7 L4 A3)

    4. Applying Communication Strategies

About this course

  • $150.00
  • 37 lessons
  • 0 hours of video content

AOTA Approved Provider #6874

Adaptive Mobility Services, LLC. is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA. CE Provider & Contact: Adaptive Mobility Services, CE Administrator: [email protected] APP Provider #: 6874

  • Presenter & Author: Susan Touchinsky, OTR/L, SCDCM, CDRS Contributing Author & Presenters: Susan Pierce, OTR, SCDCM, CDRS, Wendy Starnes, OTR/L, SCDCM, DRS

  • AOTA CEUs/Contact Hours: 0.3 CEU/3.0 contact hours

  • Online Publication: 2/2019; Date & Location: ongoing, online

  • Level of learning/education level: introductory; Prerequisites: none

  • Instructional Method: online course, independent learning

  • AOTA Classification Codes: OT Process (evaluation) & Domain of OT (client factors, performance skills)

  • Course Completion Requirements: Learner will review full presentation, handout, & complete post exam and AOTA APP provider survey.

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Adaptive Mobility Services is committed to providing high quality, evidence-based, education infused with practical experience, real & hypothetical case studies, a range of learning opportunities. It is our goal to help you reach your goals. Whether you are an OT looking to expand your practice in the clinic or ready to become a driver rehab specialist in the car, we are here to help! If you have any questions, comments, or would just like to say hello, email us!

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