Houston-based Adaptive Driving Access (ADA), in partnership with the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA), offers CME courses in adaptive mobility for occupational and physical therapists throughout southern Texas.
These free ADA-sponsored CAMS-HP lunch-and-learn courses led by mobility equipment professionals provide information about adaptive mobility vehicles and equipment solutions, and cover the following topics, according to a media release from ADA:
Reviewing the process in researching, evaluating, selecting and purchasing automotive mobility solutions; learning about important organizations in the mobility equipment industry; identifying key resources available for automotive transportation; and examining the pros and cons to automotive mobility solutions, per a media release from ADA.
“ADA feels strongly about supporting these continuing education classes,” explains Katie Larson, Adaptive Driving Access’ marketing and events coordinator, in the release. “Without this information, OTs and PTs won’t have the background to be a strong source of information when their clients do have mobility needs.”
For more information about available courses and schedules, visit NMEDA.
[Source(s): Adaptive Driving Access, NMEDA]