Resources: CEUs

Resources: CEUs

Creative Therapy Ideas: Making Heart to Heart ConnectionsHave you ever encountered a patient, client, student or loved one living with cognitive and/or communication challenges that limit their ability to make meaningful connections with others? Frustration can be high for all people involved; especially for the individual who is struggling.  Over the course of many years, the presenter has developed and adapted various creative approaches to therapy.  It is hoped that by sharing experiences, accounts and teaching strategies that the listener will be inspired to find ways to facilitate interactions that make a difference.

Lakeview is the established source for continuing education for professionals dedicated to the treatment of people affected by neurological and behavioral challenges. Free CEUs may be earned through visiting our interactive web site and registering for scheduled programs, such as our Third Thursday at Three Series.

Resources: CEUs


 


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Register for our Third Thursday at Three Series and earn one Certified Case Management or one Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Continuing Education Unit.  




April 17 - Ventilator Weaning in the Patient with TBI.


Weaning TBI patients from mechanical ventilation via a multi-disciplinary team approach is a foundation of the Lakeview WI vent program.  The five focus areas of assessment, motivation, mobilization, communication, and education will be explained, with an  objective to identify evidence-based weaning techniques and improvements in weaning. Topics include cognitive interventions, therapeutic modalities, protocols, appropriate pharmacology, and current technology. Emphasis will be on positive reinforcement strategies for patients with brain injury with the goal of medical stabilization, rehabilitation, and discharge planning to a “home”


Robin Rushings is the VP of Medical Operations and Development, Facility Administrator for Lakeview Specialty Hospital. Ms. Rushing has 20 years of hospital experience, entering the field as a licensed Respiratory Therapist. She has been instrumental in developing Lakeview’s medical operations including home health services, ventilator programs, intermediate care unit, lab services, dialysis, bronchoscopy, endoscopy and critical care paramedic services.   Previously she served as Director of Business Development and later as Chief Executive Officer for three LTACs and as Administrative Director for Kaiser Rehabilitation Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ms. Rushing is a Member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the American College of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehab


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May 15 - Behavioral Rehabilitation Following Pediatric Brain Injury. 


This presentation will cover pediatric incident rates, how the developing brain responds differently from a mature brain with respect to emerging challenges, assessment procedures and treatment. We will highlight the use of applied behavior analysis and functional assessment as an efficient strategy for developing treatments likely to be effective. Evidence based decision making using single subject designs will also be used to illustrated treatment effectiveness.


Michael Mozzoni is the Director of Behavioral Services and Training for Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in New Hampshire. Michael is a board certified behavior analyst and a certified brain injury specialist clinical trainer. Michael received his Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Florida State University and his Masters of Arts in Experimental Psychology from Harvard University.


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June 19 - Creative Therapy Ideas: Making Heart to Heart Connections.        


Have you ever encountered a patient, client, student or loved one living with cognitive and/or communication challenges that limit their ability to make meaningful connections with others? Frustration can be high for all people involved; especially for the individual who is struggling.  Over the course of many years, the presenter has developed and adapted various creative approaches to therapy.  It is hoped that by sharing experiences, accounts and teaching strategies that the listener will be inspired to find ways to facilitate interactions that make a difference.


Register Now