Solutions for Living- Professional Development Opportunity

Entwistle Power Occupational Therapy is excited to be hosting this fantastic professional development opportunity.  With a heightened focus on mental health, this workshop is a must for any occupational therapist!

November 22 – 23, 2018
Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel and Conference Center

Goals and Learning Objectives:

  1. Develop a working knowledge of trauma and its impact on daily life;
  2. Increase understanding of the exposures of first responders, military personnel and Veterans;
  3. Utilize an evidence-informed occupational therapy trauma intervention framework;
  4. Expand consideration of the impact of trauma on families and support networks;
  5. Explore opportunities for growth in occupational therapy practice.

For more details and to register please visit our website


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Join us November 22 – 23 at the Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel and Conference Center for a two-day workshop  that will explore the nature and prevalence of trauma and resulting impacts, introduce and utilize an occupational therapy trauma intervention framework, and present holistic practice methods.

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