ceuHomeCEUConnection.com, an American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)-approved provider, announces that it now offers nine customized National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) packages for occupational therapists (OTs) and certified occupational therapy assistants (COTAs) with up to 36 hours of approved continuing education courses centered on the geriatric, orthopedic, and neurologic populations. The company adds that Seminar-On-Demand courses included in the packages are intended to offer a media-rich educational experience, improved learning, and retention for busy professionals.

HomeCEUConnection.com outlines each package, beginning with the geriatric packages, which are designed to allow professionals to choose from 12, 29, or 36 hours of Seminar-on-Demand courses chosen specifically from AOTA-approved geriatric CE sessions. Topics offered to therapists include, “Body Weight Supported Gait Training for the Geriatric Patient,” “Functional Strength Training for the Aging Spine,” and “Resistive Exercise for Stroke Rehabilitation.”

Orthopedic packages provide courses from a reportedly popular selection of continuing education video content, which encompasses topics such as, “Effective Examination and Treatment of the Shoulder Complex,” “Releasing the Rotator Cuff: Deep Tissue Massage Strategies,” and “The Kinetic Link Between the Core Extremities and more.”

Rounding out the selection is the company’s neurological packages. With 12, 29, or 36 hours of educational video courses targeting neurological concerns, the Seminars-On-Demand promote information about “Clinical Management of Dementia,” “Assessment of NeuroCognitive Disorders in Adolescents/Adults,” and “Neurological Rehabilitation: Motor Control, Motor Learning, and Recovery.”

[Source: HomeCEUConnection.com]