Our Seminars

Contact Hours:
12.0
Description:
Stress can have a deleterious effect on our patients, leading to exacerbations of chronic disease; increasing the risk of complications of some diagnoses, as well as increasing the risk of additional diagnoses.  It can interfere with them reaching their maximum rehab...
Contact Hours:
7.0
Description:
This is a one day webinar for health care professionals who are interested in learning more about identifying elderly who are at risk for falls and intervening to prevent the fall.  This seminar begins with a bckground of how falls and immobility impact the elerly and then several fall risk screens...
Contact Hours:
12.5
Description:
Falls are a leading cause of fatal and non fatal injuries in the elderly.  In this seminar we take an indepth look at risk factors, including extrinsic and intrinsic, how to be a primary influence in reducing them.  Included in the intrinsic risk factors are vision, osteoporosis, sarcopenia,...
Contact Hours:
6.5
Description:
Falls are a life threatening problem for the elderly.  It is a problem which requires a multidisciplinary approach.  This seminar for health professionals, takes an indepth view of risk factors.  Extrinsic risk factors as well as intrinsic factors will be covered...
Contact Hours:
7.0
Description:
Have you ever had a referral on a patient and you evaluated them, and put together a plan of care, that you know will work for this person, because you have treated similar patients so many times, only this time, what you do doesn’t elicit the same response? It could be...
Contact Hours:
7
Description:
Have you ever had a referral on a patient and you evaluated them, and put together a plan of care, that you know will work for this person, because you have treated similar patients so many times, only this time, what you do doesn’t elicit the same response? It could be...
Contact Hours:
12
Description:
Stress can have a deleterious effect on our patients, leading to exacerbations of chronic diseases, increasing the risk of complications of some diagnoses as well as increasing the risk of additional diagnoses. It can interfere with them reaching their maximum...
Contact Hours:
7
Description:
Falls are a leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in the elderly. As health-care practitioners, it is our professional responsibility to try to identify those elderly who are at risk for a fall and do what we can to intervene to prevent future falls from...
Contact Hours:
6.5
Description:
The first step in fall prevention for the elderly is being able to Identify the Fall Risks. In this seminar we will take an in-depth view of risk factors, extrinsic as well as intrinsic. We will be looking at shoe wear, various disease processes, decreased vision,...
Contact Hours:
12.5
Description:
Falls are a leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in the elderly. In this seminar we take an in-depth look at risk factors, including extrinsic and intrinsic, and how to be a primary influence in reducing them. Included in the intrinsic risk factors are vision,...