presented by Danielle Keyser
Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.
Danielle Keyser, MS, LOTR, GTC
Danielle Keyser MS, LOTR, GTC is a practicing Occupational Therapist with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from the Louisiana State University (1998), and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (2001). She is a Certified and Registered Occupational Therapist in the state of Louisiana, a member…Read full bio
This chapter focuses on the importance of reassessing patient status with objective and functional measures to determine the efficacy of the occupational therapy treatment at hand, with a special emphasis on how to determine if daily modification of treatment tasks is needed. Danielle Keyser explains the necessity of using specific objective measures to dose exercises and provide evidence-based treatment, while emphasizing the importance of concrete evidence of progression to the patient.
2. Treatment/Monitoring of Performance
In this chapter, participants will learn the essentials of monitoring treatment and patient performance. Join occupational therapist Danielle Keyser as she discusses the importance of instructing in physical components of a functional task, with follow up of actual activity performance to ensure generalization of task performance. Participants will come to understand the significance of periodic monitoring of physical capabilities and client feedback of performance throughout a session, as well as the role of family and social support outside of the therapy session.
3. Planning for Further Sessions
How is a client to know when further treatment is needed? Danielle Keyser provides an overview of the importance of providing specific and concrete feedback to the client regarding status, strengths, opportunities for improvement in the daily treatment session, and in relation to the duration of the treatment plan. Upon completion of this course, participants will learn to verbalize to the client the relationship between session performance and the advancement of the client’s long term functional goals and participations.