Mobility products provider Etac announces the next free CEU webinar series in its Continuing Education Program titled, The Use of Complex Rehab Equipment in the School Setting.

In this four-part series, the presenters will review how to identify and implement complex rehab equipment that supports students with disabilities. Numerous case studies will be used to explain the rationale, process, and teamwork behind selecting and using equipment to promote IEP goals, activity and participation.

This is an important and informative webinar series for all therapists and assistive technology professionals who work with children in the school setting, Etac notes in a media release.

If you are interested in attending but cannot make the live webinar, Etac will email you the link to the recording. Recorded webinars are not offered for CEU’s.

  • Part 1 – May 5th 
    Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM PDT
    Presenters: Lynda Reagan, PT & Julie Kobak, MA, CCC-SLP
    Course Description: Part one of the four-part series reviews the provision of therapy services in the school setting for educational benefit.
  • Part 2 – May 13th
    Time: 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM PDT
    Presenter: Lynda Regan, PT
    Course Description: In this second course of a four-part series, the evaluation and goal development processes will be examined as an essential component for developing a plan for the use of assistive technology and equipment in the school setting.

Lynda Reagan has practiced as a physical therapist for 33 years, specializing in pediatrics. She has worked at Grady Memorial Hospital, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and Georgia’s Babies Can’t Wait early intervention program.

Julie Kobak is the Marketing and Education Program Manager at Etac – US. She has a background as a speech-language pathologist with 25 years clinical experience in pediatric and adult rehabilitation. 

Parts 3 and 4 of The Use of Complex Rehab Equipment in the School Setting webinar series are coming soon, according to the company. For more information, visit Etac.

[Source: Etac]