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WORKSHOP: Introduction to Home Modifications - DARWIN

Workshop Overview
This introductory home modifications workshop aims to provide occupational therapy practitioners with:

  • An understanding of current models or practice and the application of clinical reasoning to home modification practice
  • Information on the relevance and application of access standards to home modification practice
  • An update on recent changes to AS 1428.1
  • Practice measuring the person, their equipment and carer
  • Practice measuring the built environment
  • Information on how to translate the various measurements into features in the built environment
  • Practice drawing to scale by hand
  • Information on essential detail to include in OT reports
  • Resource information to enhance practice
  • Information on research and practice relating to grabrail prescription

Learning Outcomes
By the end of the workshop attendees will have knowledge and practical skills to:

  • Measure the person, their equipment and carer
  • Measure the built environment
  • Draw to scale by hand

Presenter
Liz Ainsworth

CPD Hours
By attending this CPD event, members will be able to claim 6.5 hours towards their CPD requirements.

Registration
Early Bird Close: Friday, 30 October 2015
Final Close: Wednesday, 4 November 2015


Dates

Wed 11 Nov 2015, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM


Location

Rydges Darwin Airport Resort & Hotel


Pricing

Member Early Bird: $300
Member Standard: $350
Student Member: $200
Non Member: $500


Contact

Name Occupational Therapy Australia
Link Introduction to Home Modifications - DARWIN



Created 20th July 2015

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