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Southwest District - OOTA Ethics Course
Monday, February 03, 2020, 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM EST
Category: Events

Community Practice, Justice, and Older Adults: Transforming Communities through an Occupational Lens
Presented by Ryan Lavalley PhD, OTR/L

 Southwest District - OOTA Ethics Course

When: February 3, 2020

Where: Xavier University, HUB (Health United Building)
Room 402

Time: 4:30 pm – Networking
Snacks and beverages for sale from University of Cincinnati SOTA
4:45 pm - Business meeting
5:00 – 7:00 pm – Program
7:00 pm – Tours of the NEW Health United Building where Xavier’s OT Program is now located

What: Course Objectives:
⦁ Attendees will be able to describe various levels and approaches to community practice of occupational therapy.
⦁ Attendees will explore the application of principles of justice and ethics in community practice for 3 populations of older adults:
⦁ Families living with dementia
⦁ Older adults in need of home repair or modification
⦁ Latinx older adults participating in a senior center
⦁ Attendees will be able to articulate the re-emerging role of occupational therapy in community and social transformation
⦁ Attendees will consider ways in which they can support transformation toward more just communities through their own practice.

Cost: FREE for MEMBERS! Non-members $35.00 (pay online or at the door)

CEUs: 2.0 ethics contact hours; you may submit as PDUs. To receive the full 2 CEUs, you must be present for the entire program.

RSVP: Please click on the link below to RSVP by 1.27.20:
February 3 SW Ethics

Reservations are highly encouraged. Attendance without a reservation will be permitted on a first-come basis as space allows.

Directions: You will receive a parking pass as well as a map with details about areas to park and where the building is located earlier in the week leading up to the course.

Materials: Handouts will be emailed out leading up to the course, as these will NOT be provided at the course.

Questions? Contact us at [email protected]