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    Occupational Therapist

    Neurology UE 114

    Interventions for Clients with Movement Limitations


    • Appreciate the complexity of motor responses, and discuss methods used to influence body systems and their effects on functional behaviors.
    • Outline the differences in recovery related to healing, compensation, substitution, habituation, and adaptation.
    • Analyze the similarities and differences among impairment training of specific body systems, functional training, augmented feedback training, and learning-based sensorimotor retraining.
    • Select appropriate intervention strategies to optimize desired outcomes.
    •  Analyze variables that may both positively and negatively affect complex motor responses and a patient’s ability to participate in functional activities.
    •  Identify procedures and sequences required to attain the most successful therapeutic outcome that best meets the needs and goals of the client and the family.
    • Consider the contribution of the client, the client’s support systems, research evidence,neurophysiology, and the best practice standards available to optimize outcomes.

    Joanne Brown, MS, OT, CHT

    Downloadable Course in PDF

    $95.00 USD

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