This seminar provides therapists with up-to-date information on the often-underutilized intervention of strength training. Through lecture, demonstration and case applications, participants will gain a clear understanding of the basis of strengthening, design and progression of training programs, and special considerations for strength training in the older population. Interactive sessions offer the opportunity to learn and practice specific evaluation techniques for immediate implementation in the practice setting. Forums on specific strengthening exercises allow therapists to share and take home practical exercises for training the upper extremity, lower extremity and trunk with a range of resistive exercise equipment. An analysis of the precautions, contraindications, and program components for patients with a variety of rehabilitation and medical diagnoses provides a literature-based overview of approaches to strength training for these populations. Participants will expand their knowledge to design, implement, evaluate, and modify effective strengthening programs confidently for the older population.
Wendy K. Anemaet received her Master’s degree from the University of Southern California. She too is a home care therapist with special experience as a contractor and staff therapist in both the Medicare and private insurance sectors.
Both Ms. Moffa-Trotter and Ms. Anemaet implement aggressively innovative treatment approaches with their home care patients to maximize patient potential and attain optimum functional outcomes. They have extensive experience with documentation, State and Federal regulations, utilization management, clinical education, and program development and implementation. Ms. Moffa-Trotter and Ms. Anemaet have lectured nationally on the topic of home care and have authored clinically oriented articles relevant to home health care. Both serve on the editorial boards of Physical Therapy in Perspective & Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation respectively and are editorial consultants for Advance Publications. Also, both are certified for utilization review in Florida. They have authored a practice oriented text on home care published by LEARN Publications titled The User Friendly Home Care Handbook as well as a portable home care guide to be published by Mosby in August 1999 titled Handbook of Home Health Therapy: Standards and Guidelines for Rehabilitation Practice. They successfully combine their advanced theoretical knowledge base with practical field experiences to provide the participant with an optimal learning experience.
Note: We cannot take online registrations beginning on the Monday of the week of the seminar. Instead, please call our office at (877) 794-7328 to register so we can ensure there will be a handout at the course for you.
Cancellations must be received in writing at least two weeks prior to the seminar date for tuition refund less a $75 administration fee. NO refunds will be made after this date.
Early Bird = $50 discount
Regular = $545
Late Fee = add $25
Early Bird (thru 3/26/20) = $495
Regular (3/27/20 – 5/5/20) = $545
Late Fee (5/6/20 – 5/13/20) = $570
Early Bird (thru 7/23/20) = $495
Regular (7/24/20 – 9/1/20) = $545
Late Fee (9/2/20 – 9/8/20) = $570
Early Bird (thru 8/27/20) = $395
Regular (8/28/20 – 10/13/20) = $545
Late Fee (10/14/20 – 10/21/20) = $570
Early Bird (thru 9/10/20) = $395
Regular (9/11/20 – 10/27/20) = $545
Late Fee (10/28/20 – 11/4/20) = $570