This webinar will provide evidence-based, practical “hands on” strategies to promote parent-child engagement and address sensory and behavioral challenges that can disrupt telehealth therapy sessions. Real-life clinical examples and case studies will be discussed with opportunity for interactive Q&A.
This webinar will provide practical assessment and intervention strategies that can be used during telehealth sessions with school-aged children. Content will also include a review of existing evidence and ethical considerations for telehealth practice.
This webinar provides a brief overview of evidence-based applications of telehealth in occupational therapy. Additionally, ethical issues related to telehealth will be discussed along with advocacy opportunities.
Live Webinars: Registration for live webinars includes access to the recorded on-demand webinar. Recordings are accessible by going to the provided link (from the automatically generated post-webinar email) and entering a unique password. Courses must be completed within twelve months from the date of the live webinar.
View-on-Demand Webinars: Courses must be completed within twelve months of the date of purchase. Access to webinars is not guaranteed beyond one year.
To receive verification of continuing education for licensing purposes, the following is required:
1. Record of attendance (recorded automatically by webinar system)
2. Successful completion of the post-test (≥ 70%)
3. Attestation statement verifying learning identity (on post-test)
Policy and Procedures for Activity Cancellation by TelehealthShare
Live webinar trainings may be canceled by TelehealthShare LLC if no more than 5 registrations have been received 24 hours prior to the training or when a speaker emergency arises. Refund for the full amount paid will be credited to accounts within 24 hours of cancellation. Learners will be notified by email before the training start time. Learners must reply to verify receipt of the email notifications.
Policy and Procedures for Activity Cancellation by the Learner
Learners may cancel their registration up until the start time of the training. Refunds will be issued following the guidelines outlined for TelehealthShare cancellations listed above.
Full refunds will be given for participants who experience technical difficulties or express dissatisfaction with the course at any time prior to completion of the post-test. Refund requests can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
TelehealthShare LLC will make accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you require specific accommodations because of a disability, please email email@example.com at least 10 calendar days before the live webinar date so that appropriate arrangements may be made.
Requests may also be made by calling Dr. Jana Cason at 843-564-8844 9:00 AM–5:00 PM ET M-F.
Complaints can be submitted to the Director of Professional Development, Jana Cason, through email or mail via the company address listed on the website. The Director of Professional Development will review the complaint and will provide a verbal or written response. If the complaint is not resolved at this first level of review, then the complaint will be moved to a second-level review with the Chief Financial Officer. Complaints can also be submitted through course evaluations. Complaints submitted through course evaluations will receive responses when a determination is made, by the Director of Professional Development, that further action is needed.
TelehealthShare recognizes and respects intellectual property rights and is committed to fulfilling our moral and legal obligations to respect copyrighted materials. This policy applies TelehealthShare representatives, speakers, and webinar participants. Presenters for TelehealthShare LLC must adhere to copyright laws and TelehealthShare LLC Copyright Policy. Speakers must ensure ownership or show permission to use all written materials, photos, videos, or other materials used in conjunction with their presentations. TelehealthShare LLC requires professional development activity providers to initial the Copyright Policy statement in the Webinar Speaker Agreement indicating that they are aware of and will adhere to the Copyright policy to ensure that material presented is original to the provider or is used with permission of the copyright holder. TelehealthShare LLC’s copyright policy is outlined in its Terms of Service under the subheading Copyright Policy and can be found here.
Verification of identify is required prior to issuing a replacement CEU certificate. To request a replacement certificate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: (1) your full name, if not using an email that provides full name that corresponds to name on certificate (for example, email uses maiden name and certificate was issued with married name); (2) title of webinar completed; (3) approximate date when webinar post-test was taken; and (4) email receipt related to registration or post-test completion, if available. Based on this information, TelehealthShare LLC will conduct a search and send the webinar participant an email with the search results and a link to pay the $10 replacement CEU certificate fee. If the original certificate or passing post-test results is found during the search, TelehealthShare LLC will issue a replacement CEU certificate upon payment of the replacement CEU certificate fee. If registration/payment for the webinar is found, but not the original certificate or post-test score, then the learner will be provided information on how to review the webinar and re-take the post-test. With successful completion of the post-test and payment of the replacement CEU certificate fee, a replacement CEU certificate will be sent by email.
TelehealthShare is an AOTA approved provider of continuing education. (# 0000000082)
AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures.