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The American Association of Nurse Life Care Planners, AANLCP is the premier professional member organization of nurses and non-nurses working in the field of life care planning. AANLCP promotes education, collegiality, collaboration, research, and standards as they relate to the practice of Nurse Life Care Planning. If you’re interested in joining a network of practitioners dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of those affected by disability and/or chronic illness, this is the organization for you. 

Writing for Publication

Description:

Writing for publication isn’t like writing a paper for a course, a life care plan, or a blog. Pick up some tips on how to make your writing better, communicate with editors and reviewers

Objectives:

  1. Be able to say why we want to write well
  2. Learn what you need to start writing
  3. Pick up some hints on resources for the writer

Date: Aug 12th, 2020
When: 1:00 PM (EST)

Wendie-Howland

About The Presenter: 
Wendie Howland is a nurse life care planner,legal nurse consultant, and Editor of the AANLCP JNLCP and Core Curriculum. She love talking about writing and helping new writers to do good work.

Presenter: Wendie A. Howland, MN, RN-BC, CRRN, CCM, CNLCP, LNCC 

Presentation Date:  Aug 12th, 2020

CEU’s: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

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Pain-Management Coaching: Integrative and Complementary Strategies for Complicated Pain

Description:
Pain management coaching is a systematized application of techniques, including Motivational Interviewing, that enable your patients to work through ambivalence and take action to change their lives. One of the primary components is education. Coaches teach skills to enable the patient to regain a sense of control and direction. Working with patients to implement the providers’ recommendations, coaches give support and tools to help the patient re-frame their perspective hopelessness and safely navigate through the treacherous jungle of complicated pain.

Objectives:

  1. Discuss how coaching establishes restorative partnerships with patients
  2. Identify several contributing factors to non-functionality and how techniques used in pain management coaching increase compliance and functionality.
  3. Explain the power of positive and negative thoughts on the chronic pain experience

Date: Enter July 8th 
When: 1:00 PM (EST)

About The Presenter: 

Becky Curtis

In the summer of 2005, a violent, work-related, rollover car accident in Montana’s remote Big Hole Valley caused a C4 spinal cord injury that nearly took Becky’s life. After the fight to stay alive and months of recovery from physical injuries, she began suffering excruciating, burning nerve pain. As the chronic central pain reached its peak two years later, she faced the hopelessness of living the rest of her life in constant, horrific pain. Narcotics soon lost their effectiveness and made coping more difficult.
Becky went through a pain clinic where she learned pain was an experience she could improve. She continued to research pain and collaborate with her medical specialists. But she recognized a piece that was missing for most people in pain: ongoing support and learning how to personally manage pain. She developed the program—Take Courage Coaching™—to help people in pain achieve the skills she used. Pain-Management Coaching is an emerging health profession that partners with clients to achieve their chosen goals. It is practiced from a bio-psycho-social perspective, viewing each person as intrinsically whole and the ultimate expert in the healing journey.
Becky has presented her coaching case studies and data and the TCC™ program at State and International conferences such as PAINWEEK. Her presentations are sought by physician groups, caregivers, and payer groups; and she has trained groups—including providers at Vanderbilt Dayani Center for Health and Wellness at Vanderbilt Medical Center—to incorporate pain-specific coaching into patient care. Becky is the recipient of the 2016 Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group Beacon Award–“lighting the way for the rights of injured workers,” and was the 2015 Magna Comp Laude Winner.
Fun Fact: Becky and her husband love to hike and backpack in the mountains of Montana and now Utah.

Presenter: Becky Curtis

Presentation Date: July 8th 2020  

CEU’s: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

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ReWalk P6.0 More than Walking

Description:

Join us as we explore the technology and application of the Exoskeleton technology to clients who want to walk again. Matt Fuller, DPT will lead this discussion and provide case studies to help us apply the theory to our Life Care Plans. Matt will also describe the potential health benefits and provide the latest research regarding this technology.

Objectives:

  1. Describe exoskeleton technology
  2. Identify how the ReWalk P6.0 exoskeleton functions
  3. Identify client inclusion criteria
  4. Describe the procurement process from the initial interest to actual home use

Date: June 10th 2020

When: 1:00 PM (EST)

About The Presenter: 
Matt Fuller, PT, DPT, CAFS earned his doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustin for Health Sciences and is the current Business Development Manager of ReWalk Robotics. He has used his extensive skills and knowledge of the effective use of gait bio mechanics and exoskeletons to provide educational seminars on this technology. As a Physical Therapist, in both the clinical and education role, he has helped many clients with neurological conditions of the lower extremities.

Presenter: Matt Fuller, PT, DPT

Presentation Date:  June 10th 2020 

CEU’s: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

Premier or Associate Premier Member Price $0

Locomotor Rehabilitation: A Resource For Your SCI NLCP

Description: “Locomotor Training” is a rehabilitative approach for persons with neurologic dysfunction that has been researched and proposed to affect a patient’s functional abilities by activating the nervous system below the injury, resulting in improved balance, transfers, standing and, recovery of walking. Locomotor Training is based on current knowledge of how the brain and spinal cord control stepping and how the nervous system learns (or relearns) a motor skill.

Objectives:

  1. Discuss benefits of continued exercise following a neurological injury
  2. Identify clients that benefit from Locomotor training
  3. Describe components of the Locomotor training
  4. Describe different technology used in the program

Date: Wednesday May 13th 2020
When: 1:00 PM (EST)

About The Presenter: Elizabeth Watson, PT, DPT, NCS
Elizabeth Watson is the Locomotor Training Clinic Supervisor at the Magee Rehabilitation Center at Jefferson Health system in Philadelphia PA. She is a published author and presenter on the topic of the neurological rehabilitation of the patient with spinal cord injuries.

Presenter: Elizabeth Watson, PT, DPT, NCS

Presentation Date:  May 13th 2020

CEU’s: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

Premier or Associate Premier Member Price $0 (Free)

National Medical Marijuana Guidelines

Description:

While Medical Marijuana is a viable alternative for pain management, how do we incorporate it into our Life Care Plans? Join us as we learn about the endocanabinoid system and identify conditions that have quality evidence for the use of cannabis. We will also discuss the dichotomy between federal and state legislation regarding the use of Medical Marijuana

Objectives:

  1. Appreciate the general characteristics of the endocannabinoid system
  2. Describe the dichotomy between federal and state legislation for the use of marijuana
  3. Locate the conditions that have moderate to high quality evidence for the use of cannabis
  4. Summarize the essential knowledge and practice considerations for the nurse who will be caring for a patient that is using medical marijuana
  5. Locate the medical marijuana administration provisions of the MMP

Date: Wednesday April 8th, 2020
When: 1:00 PM (EST)

About The Presenter: 
Kathleen Russell, a lawyer and a nurse, is an Associate Director in the Division of Nursing Regulation for NCSBN. Kathleen’s professional background includes 40 years of nursing, legal, and non-profit leadership experience. She practiced nursing as a pediatric clinical nurse specialist and nursing educator, and law as a trial attorney. At NCSBN, she is responsible for services provided to member boards related to investigation and discipline, National Practitioner Data Bank reporting, alternative to discipline programs, substance use disorder, licensure fraud and most recently cannabis.

Presenter: Kathleen Russell, JD, MN, RN | Associate Director | Nursing Regulation |

Presentation Date:  Wednesday April 8, 2020

CEU’s: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

Premier or Associate Premier Member Price (Free)

Life Care Planning and Prosthetics...A Step in the Right Direction

Description:

Come learn about key information to include as you develop a Life Care Plan for a client requiring a prosthetic. Have you wondered why post amputation care and costs are not the same as future care and costs? We will discuss how to calculate prosthetic costs as well as to determine reasonable replacement costs.

Objectives:

  1. Patient Functional Levels related to Prosthetic Technology
  2. Prosthetic Rehabilitation Progression, why post amputation care and costs are not relevant to future long term prosthetic care projections.
  3. Establishing Fair Market Value for prosthetics.
  4. Validate Reasonable Useful Lifetime (RUL) of prosthetic technology.
  5. Calculating prosthetic costs related to supplies, maintenance and replacement sockets.

Presenter: Dale Allen Berry, CP, CP(c), LP, RTP, FAAOP

Presentation Date: February 12th 2020

CEU’s: 1.0

About The Presenter: 

  • Certified in prosthetics in USA and Canada.
  • Licensed in Texas, Minnesota & Illinois.
  • Over 35 years of clinical care experience
  • 20 years as VP Clinical Operations for the largest provider of prosthesis in the USA.
  • Invented advanced prosthetic evaluation process & protocol, currently identified as industry standard and utilized by major insurance companies nationwide.
  • Developed clinical operational procedure resulting in the approval of advanced myo-electric and microprocessor prosthesis for over 35,000 individuals with limb loss.

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

Premier & Associate Member Price $0 (Free)

Substance Abuse & Traumatic Brain Injury

Description:

We will consider and discuss the various factors and links between intoxication and serious injury. How a history of substance abuse can put individuals at greater risk for sustaining TBI.  

Objectives:

  1. Describe the impact of drugs & alcohol on the brain
  2. Describe 5 contraindications for drug & alcohol use following a TBI
  3. Modifications needed for traditional substance abuse programs to accommodate TBI
Webinar Info Substance Abuse & Traumatic Brain Injury

Presenter: Kim Gully MS, CCC,CCM, CBIST  
Rehab Without Walls

LIVE Webinar January 8, 2020 at 1:00 PM (Eastern)

CEU’s Offered: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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A Daubert Challenge and the NLCP: what you need to know

Description:

In our Life Care Planning industry, Daubert challenges are occurring more frequently. It is imperative that the NLCP understand the strategies required to address these objections. Learn why this trend is occurring and identify effective measures to address the Daubert Challenge

Objectives:

  1. Define why a Daubert Challenge is issued
  2. Define what a Daubert Challenge is
  3. Identify strategies to address the Daubert Challenge
  4. Identify answers on how to address the question “Have you ever been Challenged?”

Presenter: Shelene Giles, MS, BSN, BA, RN, CRC, CNLCP, CLCP, MSCC, LNCC
FIG Services

Recorded December 2019

CEU’s Offered: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Nurses4Justice

Description:

Looking to add a service line to your practice?  We invite you to learn about Nurses for Justice and what they are doing in the legal area.  Nurse4Justice is a non-profit organization that believes that all legal cases involving medical records should have a medical professional interpreting.  Learn how your expert knowledge can be used to educate the attorney about the inner workings of hospitals, translate medical terminology and uses images to explain injuries, anatomy and physiology and understand the financial constraints of the public defenders systems.

Objectives:

  1. Understand how and why Nurses for Social Justice is working with RNs
  2. Explain the role of a legal nurse consultant when working with public defenders
  3. Determine if working with public defenders and a non-profit organizations is for you.
Nuses4Justice

Presenter: Jennifer Grossman, BSN, RN, LNC

Recorded: November, 2019 

CEU’s: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

Premier or Associate Premier Member Price $0

Explore 4 AANLCP Resources to Find Usual & Customary Fees as Used by Experienced NLCPs

Description:

Confused about which Usual and Customary fee program to use? Come explore four U& C programs that are offered by AANLCP and used on a daily basis by two experienced Nurse Life Care Planners

Objectives:
  1. Define usual and customary
  2. Compare and contrast 4 usual and customary fee programs
  3. Identify the strengths of each program for service line offered by the Nurse Life Care Planner

Presenters: Becky Czarnik RN, MS, CLNC, CNLCP, CSMP-Fellow & Liz Holakiewicz, RN, BSN, CCM, CNLCP

Recorded: October 16, 2019 

CEU’s Offered: 1.0

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Premier or Associate Premier Member Price $0 (Free)

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The Forensic Economist and the Life Care Planner

Did you know that there is a free of charge database of UCR costing info? Come learn about the Veteran’s Administration and how to utilize their databases to locate nationally accepted data when preparing life care plans and medical cost projections.
Objectives:
1. Identify the role of the Economist in the building of the Life Care Plan
2. Identify critical information that the Economist needs to know when projecting costs for your LCP
3. Identify strategies to build working partnerships with the Economist
The Forensic Economist and the Life Care Planner

Presenter: Michael Brookshire Ph.D. | VGeorge Barrett MBA, MSRC, CRC, CVE | Lori Halstead MBA

Recorded: September 5, 2019

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Premier or Associate Premier Price $0 (Free)

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Substance Abuse & TBI

We will consider and discuss the various factors and links between intoxication and serious injury.  How a history of substance abuse can put individuals at greater risk for sustaining TBI.

Objections:

  1. Describe the impact of drugs & alcohol on the brain
  2. Describe 5 contraindications for drug & alcohol use following a TBI
  3. Modifications needed for traditional substance abuse programs to accommodate TBI
Substance Abuse & TBI

Presenter: Kim Gully MS, CCC, CCM, CBIST

Recorded: August 14, 2019

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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8 Simple Techniques To Grow Your Practice With Video Marketing

Video marketing is taking consumers by storm because it engages customers and prospects and helps convert them into buyers. Recent statistics show that video content is not only effective, but the demand for it has grown at a rapid pace. According to Hubspot, 43% of people want to see more video content from marketers and companies that use video in their email marketing, see a 5x higher open rate and 8x open-to-reply rates. Cisco also forecasts 80% of all consumer internet traffic will be videos by 2020. With these kind of stats, don’t you think it’s time to learn more about video marketing?

Objectives:

  1. How to create a high-quality video with a small budget
  2. The best marketing channels to promote your video
  3. How to generate endless sources of content
Video Marketing

Presenter: Antoine Dupont

Recorded: July 1, 2019

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Premier or Associate Premier Price $0 (Free)

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Navigating The VA Database: Using The Pricing Tool

Did you know that there is a free of charge database of UCR costing info?  Come learn about the Veteran’s Administration and how to utilize their databases to locate nationally accepted data when preparing life care plans and medical cost projections. 

Navigating The VA Database Cover

Presenter: Valerie Parisi

Recorded: June 12, 2019

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Premier or Associate Premier Price $0 (Free)

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How to Maximize Relationships With Your Attorney Clients

All relationships need tending and cultivating and this is especially true as we work with our Attorney clients. Today’s discussion will be from the point of view of an active trial lawyer who understands the value of Life Care Plans. Come learn how to work efficiently with your attorney to provide a high level of customer service as a Life Care Planner.

Objectives:

  1. Identify common expectations of your Attorney client
  2. Identify common communication pitfalls that can derail your relationship
  3. Implement strategies to keep your LCP on track
Maximize Relationships With Attorney Clients

Presenter: Dan Chamberlain

Recorded: May 8, 2019

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Premier or Associate Premier Price $0 (Free)

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Structured Settlements: What the NLCP Needs to Know

The goal of every settlement is to achieve the best claim outcome for the injured claimant and their family. While life care planners identify the needs and costs for injured individuals, settlement consultants use Structured Settlements to fund the claimant’s future needs via periodic payments. This webinar will include an explanation of what a structured settlement is, how a structured settlement can be quoted to fund a claimant’s life care plan, and how both sides (plaintiff and defense) can use a claimant’s life care plan funded with a structured settlement to negotiate a settlement that meets the claimant’s immediate and future needs. 

Objectives:
1) Define what a Structured Settlement is
2) Identify how a structured settlement can fund a life care plan
3) Identify how plaintiff and defense attorneys can use a funded LCP to negotiate the claimant’s settlement

Structured Settlements

Presenter: Audrey Kenney CSSC

Recorded: April 10, 2019

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Succession Planning: Where will your business be?

Learn how to protect your business this year. The foundation of every business has five (5) main components. Succession planning evaluates these components and determines necessary steps to develop a business continuity plan for solo entrepreneurs and independent consulting companies.
Objectives:

  1. Define succession planning
  2. Identify 5 components to address in succession planning
  3. Learn how to structure a solopreneur business for succession
  4. Identify ways to deal with emergent circumstances in a solopreneur business
  5. Determine steps to facilitate the succession transition for retirement or sale of the business
Succession Planning

Presenter: Mila Carlson, PhD, MSHSA, R.N., CNLCP

Recorded: February 28, 2019

Free Informational Webinar

Junna Care - How it can help your LNCP business!

Shanna is the owner of Ripple Life Care Planning founded in 2014. Shortly after starting her practice, she looked for software to meet her small business needs, something cost-effective, she could track her time with, invoice clients and track her referral sources and resources. She could not find the software that met her needs, so she hired a developer and developed her own. Junna Care was launched in 2018.

Objectives:

  1. An attendee will be able to identify how to improve your practice with time management software.
  2. Identify how to spend less time on non-billable hours by automating case notes and invoicing.
  3. Develop tasks to prioritize a list of items needed to run your business and follow up appropriately to optimize time and tasks.
  4. Educate attendees on how to organize paperless files in order to become paperless while maintaining HIPAA compliance.
  5. Learn how your clients/attorneys can upload HIPPA compliant files, making sharing on files easy for the referral source and yourself to optimize time.
Junna Care

Presenter: Shanna Huber, RN, BSN, MSN/Ed, CCM, CLCP, CNLCP

Recorded: January 9, 2019

Free Informational Webinar

Evidence-Based Practice in Nurse Life Care Planning

Evidence Based Practice is a method that allow the practitioner to assess research, clinical guidelines and other informational resources and apply the results to practice. Come learn how we can implement this practice to build a strong and defensible Nurse Life Care Plan

Objectives:

  1. Define and Explain Evidence-Based Practice in Medicine
  2. Apply the Evidence-Based Practice Process to Nurse Life Care Planning
  3. Explore a Case Scenario of Evidence-Based Practice Applied to the Steps of Nurse Life Care Planning
Evidence-Based Practice in Nurse Life Care Planning

Presenter: Shelene Giles MS, BSN, BA, RN, CRC, CNLCP, CLCP, MSCC, LNCC

Recorded: December 19, 2018

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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The Nursing Process: Our Foundation and Superpower for NLCPs

The Nursing Process is the foundation for our methodology as we build our Nurse Life Care Plans.  This is not your everyday basic review of the nursing process!  Wendie will give us the language to refute a Daubert Challenge, provide insight into how our foundation gives us the power, as NURSES, to make recommendations and stand firm upon that foundation.

Objectives:

  1. Describe RN life care planner language to refute a Daubert challenge on methodology and foundation
  2. Have a working knowledge of the purposes and strengths of NANDA-I nursing diagnosis for this purpose
  3. State why this knowledge will increase confidence when giving testimony in deposition or trial
Nursing Process Foundation & Superpowers

Presenter: Wendie Howland MN, RN-BC, CRRN, CCM, CNLCP, LNCC

Recorded: November 14, 2018

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Kidney Transplant Case Study

Ready to dive deep into a kidney transplant case study?  Join Ruth Pierce RN, Transplant Quality Consultant for Part 2 of Transplant Costs and your NLCP.   In Part 1, we learned about the organizations in the transplant world, how changes in allocation rules impact the calculation of costs and the effect of escalating drug prices on projecting transplantation pricing. 

Part 2 will focus on the kidney transplant, the most common solid organ transplant.  We will learn about the resources available, common post transplant medication regimes, and common post transplant complications.  With this knowledge you will be able to identify the costs associated with a kidney transplant when projecting pricing for the recipient.

Objectives:
  1. Have a basic knowledge of transplant resources available to Life Care Planners.
  2. Have knowledge of the government involvement and payment for ESRD.
  3. Have a basic knowledge of kidney post-transplant medication regimen and associated cost.
  4. Be familiar with common post-transplant complications and associated costs.
Kidney Transplant Case Study

Presenter: Ruth Pierce MBA, MHA, RN, CCRN-CMC, CPHQ

Recorded: October 17th, 2018

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Vocational Rehabilitation Services And Your NLCP

Wondering when to consult with a vocational rehabilitation when writing a NLCP?  Join us as Dr. Mary Barros-Bailey discusses the role of a voc rehab planner, how to recommend evaluations and services to maximize the independence of the injured client.
Objectives:

  1. Identify the scope of practice for rehabilitation counselors for vocational and avocational services in clinical and forensic cases.
  2. Articulate criteria important to determining the need for rehabilitation counseling services in a case.
  3. Discuss case scenarios involving need for rehabilitation counseling in life care planning.
Vocational Rehabilitation Services & Your NLCP

Presenter: Mary Barros-Bailey, PhD, CRC, CLCP, D/ABVE

Recorded: August 8, 2018

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Surgical and Non-surgical Options for Individuals with Cerebral Palsy

Join our presenters from Kennedy Krieger Institute to learn about the typical indications for the common neurosurgical procedures for cerebral palsy, selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) and the intrathecal baclofen pump (ITB).   We will also discuss the different treatments available and identify the important factors that may affect the life expectancy of a person who has cerebral palsy.

Objectives:

  1. Describe the differences between the primary and secondary findings associated with cerebral palsy and the impact they have on participation in the community
    2. List five different treatments for cerebral palsy
    3. Identify three factors that may affect the life expectancy with a person who has cerebral palsy
    4. Describe the typical indications for the common neurosurgical procedures for cerebral palsy, selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) and the intrathecal baclofen pump (ITB).
    5. Clarify common misconceptions about SDR and ITB treatment.
Surgical And Non-Surgical Options For Individuals With Cerebral Palsy

Presenter: Kennedy Krieger Institute

Recorded: July 11, 2018

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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Predicting Cognitive and Speech Issues in Your Life Care Plan

Join our presenters from Kennedy Krieger Institute to learn about the typical indications for the common neurosurgical procedures for cerebral palsy, selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) and the intrathecal baclofen pump (ITB).   We will also discuss the different treatments available and identify the important factors that may affect the life expectancy of a person who has cerebral palsy.

Objectives:

  1. Describe the differences between the primary and secondary findings associated with cerebral palsy and the impact they have on participation in the community
    2. List five different treatments for cerebral palsy
    3. Identify three factors that may affect the life expectancy with a person who has cerebral palsy
    4. Describe the typical indications for the common neurosurgical procedures for cerebral palsy, selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) and the intrathecal baclofen pump (ITB).
    5. Clarify common misconceptions about SDR and ITB treatment.
Predicting Cognitive and Speech Issues in Your Life Care Plan

Presenter: Dr. Carolyn Wiles Higdon, CCC-SLP, F-ASHA

Recorded: September 14 2016

CE’s Offered: 1

Non-Member Price $49

Basic or Associate Member Price $39

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