This course aims to equip occupational therapists with the knowledge and skills required to assess the impact of cognitive impairment on everyday life. It will include: An overview of contemporary issues in assessment, a review of assessments used in practice and introduction to an ecologically valid approach to assessment and intervention. Participants will have opportunities to practice observing the impact of cognitive disorders on everyday life, set occupational performance goals and plan evidence-based, ecologically valid intervention. Opportunities will be provided for participants to tailor the contents to their practice domains.
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Date(s): 19 - 21 March 2020, Thursday - Saturday
Timing:9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Duration: 3 days
Fees (inclusive of 7% GST):S$930 (SingHealth staff/ SAOT Member)S$1030 (Regular)
With VCF Funding*:S$721 (Singaporean/PR)S$927 (Work Permit / Employment Pass / S Pass holders)
*For NCSS member VWOs and MSF-funded SSAs only. Should PGAHI’s reimbursement with NCSS be unsuccessful, the balance of course fees will be billed to the participant’s organisation.
Registration Closing Date: 28 February 2020, Friday
Venue: Therapy Skills Training Lab, Level 1 20 College Road, Academia Singapore 169856
Target Audience:Occupational Therapists working in the following areas: stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, dementia or other conditions that impact on cognition (eg. chronic pain, prolonged low vision, mental health disorders, intellectual disabilities or the consequences of chemotherapy following cancer).