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IC79: Assistive Technology Collaboration Between Occupational Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists in Adult Rehab Setting

The content of this presentation will address Assistive Technology approaches for collaboration of OT and SLP in the evaluation, selection, and delivery of AAC and custom wheelchair seating equipment. An overview will include common evaluation methods for OT, SLP, AT models and service delivery, feature matching of AAC, custom wheelchair seating equipment and access methods for switch use as applicable to the outpatient adult rehab setting. Case studies will be provided to enhance learning and clinical application for AT services, and to provide examples of OT, SLP collaboration for neurologic populations.

 

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this session, attendees will be able to;

 

Faculty:

Amy Grace, OTR/L
The Ohio State University Medical Ctr.
Galloway, Ohio
United States

The Ohio State Univ- BS in Allied Health Professions, Occupational Therapy 1987. Career of 30 yrs in OP Rehabilitation. Currently at OSU Assistive Technology Ctr specializing in W/C seating/ positioning, adaptive UE skills, access for computer/mobility skills, ALS treatment team, Rehab driver program. Extensive rehab experience w/ Neuromuscular Disease(ALS, MD), SCI, Multiple Sclerosis. Serves as teaching assistant for the OSU School of Rehabilitation Sciences-OT Division, as well as a student fieldwork instructor.

Megan Case, CCC,SLP, ATP
Wexner Medical Center-Assistive Technology Center
Columbus, OH
United States

 

References:

    1. American Occupational Therapy Association (2008). Occupational therapy practice framework: domain and process (2nd ed.) AJOT, 62, 625-683. Retrieved from: http://ajot.aota.org
    2. Costigan, F A., & Light, J. (2010). Effect of Seated Position on Upper-Extremity Access to Augmentative Communication for Children with Cerebral Palsy: Preliminary Investigation. AJOT, 64, 596-604. Retrieved from: http://ajot.aota.org
    3. Cook, A., Hussey, S., & Polgar, J.M. (2008). Cook and Hussey's Assistive Technology Principle and Practice, 2nd Edition, 2nd ed. Mosby, Inc.

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