Continuing Education

Individualizing Your Intervention: Rehabilitation for Cognitively Impaired and Geriatric Clients presented by Dr. Robert Winningham, Ph.D and Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS

Course Description: Cognitive impairment directly impacts all functional activities, from walking to dressing to speaking. Relearning these activities can be challenging for both geriatric and cognitively impaired patients. For successful outcomes, these patients need an individualized approach that addresses their specific cognitive abilities. This intermediate level course was developed to help rehabilitation professionals individualize their […]

Become a Certified Geriatric Wellness Instructor

Course Description: Open to licensed professionals of all disciplines and caregivers for persons with cognitive impairment. In addition, the course is ideal for those who work in assisted living, skilled nursing or home health care settings.

Rehabilitating Your Approach: Maximizing Outcomes in Patients with Cognitive Impairment, Depression, Fear and Dementia presented by Dr. Robert Winningham, Ph.D

Course Description: Patients with cognitive impairment often have difficulty with functional activities as well as learning or relearning behaviors in the clinic. Many clients are functioning below their potential, because of fear or other psychological barriers. In addition, depressed, unmotivated, apathetic and/or anxious clients often do not benefit from treatment as much as others. As […]

Beyond Balance: Evidence Based Practice Enhancing Quality of Life in the Geriatric Patient presented by Jennifer Coulter, MPT, GCS

Course Description: This one-day course will provide an active learning environment for therapists and assistants to gain knowledge of the appropriate tools to evaluate the geriatric patient in an objective manor with respect to balance, gait, strength and endurance and select innovative interventions to maximize their functional abilities. It is designed to expose the clinician […]

The Present and future of Neurologic and Geriatric Rehabilitation: Practical Applications for You to Use Now! presented by Mike Studer, PT, MHS, NCS

Course Description: This is an intermediate to advanced course for clinicians interested in taking their practice to the next level. Come to find out how to tap into neuroplasticity, improve your patient’s function, and your success! Mr. Studer will present case study videotape to enhance the learning experience – allowing you to see how to […]

Independence and Beyond: Innovative Treatments for Enhancing the Quality of Life in the Geriatric Patient presented by Jennifer Coulter, MPT, GCS

Course Description: This one-day course will provide an active learning environment for therapists and assistants to gain knowledge of how to design innovative treatment interventions using appropriate tools to evaluate the geriatric patient in an objective manor with respect to balance, gait, strength and endurance and their functional abilities. Included will be active participation in […]