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Advanced Competency in Home Health Live Training for Physical Therapists (CSM)
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This 2-day live course is a part of the Advanced Competency in Home Health program. Pre-requisites are required for admission.

1/22/2019 to 1/23/2019
When: January 22 -23, 2019
8:00 am - 5:30 pm Eastern
Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20001
United States
Contact: Home Health Section - APTA

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This face-to-face course is a part of the Advanced Competency in Home Health program. If you are not already familiar with the requirements of the Advanced Competency in Home Health program, you should review the requirements before registering for this course. This course is for Physical Therapists.


Pre-requisites:This course has four online pre-requisite courses. You must have successfully completed the pre-requisite courses prior to attending this course.Sorry, no exceptions.Review the program requirements here.






This course is being offered as a pre-conference course at APTA's Combined Sections Meeting (CSM). Registration for CSM is scheduled to open in September 2018 and participants will register through APTA.

How to Register: Register for this pre-conference course through APTA's Combined Sections Meeting. If you are not registering for the entire conference, you may need to download the PDF registration form, register for just the pre-conference course, and fax or email to the course registrar.

Note that there are TWO Advanced Competency courses, one for PTs and one for PTAs. Be sure to register for the appropriate course.

The Advanced Competency in Home Health program is a hybrid program consisting of core and elective on line modules and a 2-day live face to face course. This 2 day, 15 hour course is designed to complement and build on the core modules of the Advanced Competency in Home Health program. During the two day program, participants will revisit and practice skills required for quality cardiopulmonary, orthopedic and balance assessments that will be integrated into clinical vignettes. Participants will use these skills to support a thorough but efficient OASIS start of care or physical therapy evaluation in the home setting. Throughout the 2 day program, ethical and regulatory issues, as well as documentation will be incorporated into clinical case studies. Participants should be able to take the skills covered back to their home health settings and incorporate them immediately into patient care.

Audience: Physical therapists

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