Whether you have been an ATP supplier or a clinician in CRT for many years or are brand new to the field, we are all facing continuous changes in our delivery models due to time constraints, funding parameters, business goals and capacity of personnel. What is best practice? Can we follow best practice with these constraints?
This interactive webinar will provide an overview of the challenges in our field relative to evaluation/ assessment and delivery/fitting. We will briefly look at the factors that have led us to these current challenges. An overview of suggested strategies to work within these constraints will be discussed, with the goal of maintaining the clinician/ ATP-supplier partnership to the benefit of the client.
Polls of the audience will be intermittently used to gauge audience experience and opinion.
The participant will be able to name 3 factors that have complicated the clinical team involvement in the evaluation/assessment and delivery/fitting processes.
The participant will be able to name 2 ways in which a disjointed approach will adversely affect the client.
The participant will be able to name 3 suggestions to facilitate clinical team involvement in the delivery/fitting process.
Anne has extensive experience within the complex rehab arena ranging from direct service provision, to program directed services, to management of service provision, to ownership of a complex rehab focused business. She has participated in the validation process of the ATP and CRTS certification and is committed to the professional development of ATPs. She has worked with individuals of all ages and diagnoses with complex rehab needs in all types of service provision settings.
Anne received her BSW from the University of Texas, attended the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health, and received her ATP certification in 1997. She served terms on the NRRTS Board of Directors as a Board Member at Large and As Vice-President from 1996-2006. She is currently the Manager of ATP Development for Numotion.