This two-day seminar has been developed for traffic safety/driver education professionals with limited knowledge of disabilities, as well as for Occupational Therapists and other health care professionals who wish to apply their knowledge of the different types and levels of disabilities to the driving task.
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- Acquired, congenital, developmental and progressive types of disabilities
- Age-related impairments
- Driver Assessment process
- Implications for driver assessment and training
- Adaptive driving equipment and vehicle modifications
- Driver licensing issues
AACC REGISTRATION FEE:
· $710 (in-county students)
· $720 (out-of-county students)
· $725 (out-of-state students)
REGISTER ONLINE: http://www.aacc.edu/noncredit
REGISTER BY PHONE: (410) 777-2325
COURSE CODE: DRV 509-201
ADED MEMBER REBATE AVAILABLE FOR THIS SEMINAR:
· Receive up to a $200 rebate on your registration fee following the course. Contact ADED for details, (866) 672-9466.
· Join ADED today to be eligible for rebate (must be member at time of registration to qualify)
ADED SCHOLARSHIP ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:
· ADED: 15 hours will be awarded for completion of this seminar
· AOTA: 1.5 CE AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products or clinical procedures.
· MD Board of Practice: 15 CE
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Michele Luther-Krug, COTA/L, SCADCM, CDRS, ROH
Michele Luther-Krug graduated from Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan in 1980 and became certified as an OTA in July 1980. She has practiced for 34 years and has earned specialty certifications in the field of Driver Rehabilitation from ADED and AOTA. Michele has co-authored textbook chapters, journal articles and provided presentations on the local, state and national levels. Michele has participated in research projects and was awarded for her development of cognitive prosthetics to assist the cognitively impaired driver. She has been a volunteer leader in AOTA and ADED, previously serving as the President of ADED. In 2010 she was honored for her work with the Roster of Honors Award by AOTA. In 2011, she was recognized with colleague Susan Robosan Burt with the Terry Brittell Partnership Award for Pioneering Roles in the Field of Driving and Community Mobility presented by the American Occupational Therapy Association.