Collaborative Learning Workshops
We employ evidence-informed practical information necessary for differential diagnoses of acute and post-concussive disorders (PCD) using the ICF Model to identify impairments that limit activities and life role participation.
Interactive learning, the practice of assessment and intervention skills, and case study exercises equip participants to improve compassionate and effective interventions in their own practice settings and populations.
Group discussions involve interfacing with community stakeholders, building multidisciplinary healthcare teams, and the practice of defensible documentation.
Special attention is focused on motion-provoked dizziness, visual motion hypersensitivity, postural maladaptations, and dysautonomia including POTS.
Interested in Attending?
If you would like to participate in a workshop or host a workshop, please let us know.