April 2009 Edition of Region 7 South Newsletter by MichaelAmes

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Region 7 South NEWSLETTER                                               April 2009

        UPCOMING EVENTS                  Region 7 South
                                          Election Time
    Physical Agent Modalitties
       Certification Course
          May 16-17, 2009



                                 As Region 7 South Occupational Therapy
                                 Forum enters it’s seventh year it is time for
                                 elections. Take a moment to see if you are
      Fieldwork Educator’s       interested in pursuing an office within the or-
     Certification Workshop      ganization. As per our bylaws it is time to elect
            June 20, 2009        our new officers who will be installed at our fall
                                 Political Action Social. The ballot is on page 3.
                                 Any occupational therapits within our geographi-
                                 cal area may vote.

                                 Looking to develop leadership skills,
                                 The local forum is an excellent
           ELECTION of                        place to start.
           New Officers          Write in nominations are an option. If you
                                 nominate someone, please make sure they meet
                                 the requirements and they are willing to run for
                                 office.
    Region 7 South Occupational Therapy Forum


                                                                             Student Corner

                                                                 Nova Southeastern University
    The 2009 Florida Occupational Therapy Association                    REACH Fair
    annual conference was attended by over 300
    occupational therapists, assistants, and students
    February 7 and 8th in Orlando, Florida. Sessions were
    offered by knowledgeable speakers on a variety of
    topics including handwriting, evidence based
    practice, fieldwork education, school based assistive
    technology, documentation, burns, and splinting.
    The FOTA board was extremely proud to present the
    posters of 24 groups of OT students from schools
    both within and outside the state of Florida. Jenna
    Rogers, Melissa Smith, Tyler Wallen and advisor,
    Dr. Linda Martin, from Florida Gulf Coast University,
    Fort Myers received the 1st place trophy for their
    poster entitled, “Mothers in Recovery.” The OTA
    trophy was awarded to Florida Hospital College
    Health Sciences students, Amanda Zaklukiewicz,
                                                             OT student, Christine Rush, receives mentoring
    Lindsey Sisson, Gilou St. Fort, and advisor Professor
                                                             from occupational therapist, Nicolle Quint, while
    Vicki Case for their poster, entitled Creating
    Cognitively Appropriate Group Activities for
                                                             screening a young boy for sensory-motor
    Alzheimer’s Patients in a Day Treatment Setting.”        functioning. The OT students and supervising
    The theme of “doing” as therapy was brought home         faculty screened both children and adults during
    by three speakers who, while living with a disability,   the NSU, College of Allied Health and Nursing
    have enjoyed lives of quality and accomplishment.        health fair in Clewiston and Belle Glade, Florida
    The keynote speaker and occupational therapist,          in February of 2009. Students benefit from
    Wendy Stoker, although born without arms, has            experience with OT faculty and community OTs
    been successful in living independently, engaging        as they screen to identify neuron-motor,
    actively in sports, family life and her career. While    cognitive, and/or sensory impairments or lifestyle
    learning lots, there was plenty of time for networking   habits that might interfere with performance at
    with old and new friends and for enjoying a yummy        school, work, or play. Residents of these two
    chocolate fountain during the student social.            communities are then referred for follow-up as
                                                             needed.
    Please log onto the FOTA website at flota.org to read
    about the many benefits of supporting your state and
    national associations through renewing your                         AOTA’s 89th Annual
    memberships as we celebrate this special month for
                                                                        Conference & Expo
    this very special profession! FOTA is offering a new
    monthly $5 - $8 per month payment option to make                        April 23-26, 2009
    joining even easier. Happy OT month one and all !
           ........Cathy Peirce, Region 7 Representative                      Dallas, Texas
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                        Region 7 South OT Forum
                            BOARD BALLOT
         Executive Officer:                                       Recorder:
____     Elise M Bloch Ed D,OT/L                                  ____     Nicole Quint, MOTR/L
____     ___________________________                              ____     _______________________
         Write in candidate                                                Write in candidate
Must Provide Name _________________________ & FOTA Membership #_________________

                                The Deadline for Ballots is June 16th, 2009
           Mail Ballots to: Heidi Lipshutz, 1101 Fairfield Meadows Drive, Weston, FL 33327
                            or email your nomination to hlipshutzot@aol.com



Nominated for Executive Officer                            Nominated for Recorder
                                                                              Nicole Quint, an occupational
                                                                              therapist pursuing her Clinical
                        Elise M. Bloch, Ed.D., OT/L                           Doctoral in Occupational therapy
                        Elise, an occupational therapist                      at NSU. Nicole is known to the
                        with an advanced degree in                            Broward county community
                                                                              through her position as a staff
                         Adult Education and Human                            therapist at Health South Sunrise.
                         Resource, is well known to the                       She provided skilled occupational
                         local region community as a                          therapy intervention to the adult
                         professor      at      Florida                       neuro population in Health south’s
                                                                              Day Rehabilitation Program,
                         International University’s        outpatient pediatrics, and aquatic therapy programs.
occupational therapy program for 17 years. She             She has been involved in staff education program,
received her Bachelor of Science in Occupational           clinical ladder, and interdisciplinary programming,
Therapy from New York University in 1980 and has           and received the HealthSouth Sunrise Rehab
worked at facilities in New York such as the Schneider     Hospital “OT of the Year” award in 2007. In 2008,
                                                           she obtained the HealthSouth Clinical Specialist I
Children Hospital – Long Island Jewish Medical             (Neuro Speciality) recognition and most recently left
Center and the. First Step Early Childhood Center.         HealthSouth to fill a clinical faculty position at Nova
Locally, she has worked at HealthSouth Sunrise and         Southeastern University. She currently provides
Broward General Medical center in the area of              skilled school-based and outpatient occupational
                                                           therapy intervention for pediatric population,
pediatrics.                                                supervises MOT student involvement in pediatric
She has supported Region 7 South in the past               clinic and educates Master’s level students in clinical
through the provision of courses in Evidence Based         applications.
Practice.                                                  Nicole is a creative, outgoing person with a passion
                                                           for working with both the pediatric and adult neuro
Elise’s goals for becoming the executive officer for       population. Her professional experience crosses the
the Region 7 South Occupational Therapy forum are          lifespan. Nicole’s goals for becoming the recorder
to lead the organizations efforts to meet the mission      for the Region 7 South Occupational Therapy forum
of providing quality continuing education courses,         are to maintain the organizations files, plan the
opportunities for leadership, links to state and           newsletter and assist in providing quality continuing
                                                           education courses and networking opportunities in
national organizations, and networking opportunities.      Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
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                       7th Annual Representative Assembly Happy Hour
                          By, Pamela Kasyan-Itzkowitz, MS, OTR/L, CHT
                                  Nova Southeastern University

    The March 10th, 7th Annual Representative Assembly Happy Hour was again a success!

Region 7 South was fortunate to have Emily Strayer-Pugh, Florida’s representative to AOTA, as
well as the AOTA RA Staff Liaison for the representative assembly, come down from Gainesville
to discuss the impact and implications of motions up for vote at AOTA.




A quick review of the motions and short statement of the discussion on the topic includes:
(Note: each participant at the meeting provided written feedback to Emily Pugh at the meeting.
The discussion was just that - a discussion - please contact Emily Pugh directly at
epugh@phhp.ufl.edu to provide additional feedback.)

♦ Motion 1: Definition of OT/OTA Roles Within the Model Practice Act
         Meeting discussion: Defining the roles will/may also limit the roles. The impact of this
         motion will/may primarily impact practitioners in California and should maybe be paid for
         by California association versus AOTA?
♦    Motion 2: Specialized Knowledge and Skills Paper for Occupational Therapists in
     Oncology
         Meeting discussion: Skills papers exist for other practice areas, oncology seems like
         another area of practice where AOTA could write a skills paper. Needed more
         information on the fiscal cost as there must be some staff costs to write the paper not
         stated in the motion
♦    Motion 3: Title Change for Occupational Therapy Assistants;
         Meeting discussion: Estimated total cost of $10,000 may not be accurate and if passed
         all licensures acts for all states that have OT licensure will need to be opened to make
         the name change. Generally there was significant tension in the room when discussing
         anything which would open Florida’s practice act.
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♦ Motion 4: Develop Model Requirements for Re-Entry/Re-Licensure
        Meeting discussion: Seems a desirable goal. Needed more information on the fiscal cost
        as there must be some staff costs to write the paper not stated in the motion.

♦ Motion 5: Ensure Broad Practice Area Representation Within AOTA Board of Directors
        Meeting discussion: the motion does not explicitly state what will be done to meet this
        objective, different from current practices.

♦ Motion 6: Building Diversity in Occupational Therapy Now To Meet the Centennial Vision
        Meeting discussion: the motion does not explicitly state what will be done to meet this
        objective, different from current practices.

(for further information go to: http://www.aota.org/Governance/RA/Online.aspx) If you would like
a copy of the meeting agenda and content please email Pam Kasyan at kasyan@nova.edu.

                                   All occupational therapists are encouraged to take and active
                                   role in improving the recognition and strength of our profession.
                                   One way to become active is by generating interest and
                                   discussion at your work setting about AOTA and issues presented
                                   for the RA. Another way to be involved is by attending the forum
                                   meetings and sharing your views with fellow Occupational
                                   Therapists and AOTA members in Florida. Information discussed
                                   is later used to shape the wording or intent of the action items
                                   presented on the floor of the RA. Frequently, what is printed in
                                   OT Practice (resolutions and action items) is rejected and a new
                                   item is brought forth during RA meetings. The new item will better
                                   represent the opinions of AOTA members in our region if your
                                   RA member has had feedback with practitioners at a local level.
                                   The way OT practitioners in Region 7 South can get this
                                   information to the RA is through use of the RA feedback form at
                                   the RA meetings. (For a copy of the form email Pam Kasyan at
                                   Kasyan@nova.edu) All feedback submitted prior to conference
is organized and submitted to that group which is debating each issue, item, and resolution. Let’s
stay involved!

                                  RA Call for Motions and Resolutions
Motions may be submitted until the start of the Annual RA Meeting, but they must be sent directly
to your Representative. Earlier submissions are strongly encouraged to allow more time for
member feedback.
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Physical Agent Modalities Certification                  Workshop Course Objectives
               Course
                                                      Upon completion of the course,
Date: May 16-17, 2009                                 participants will be able to:
Time: Registration 7:45 am
       8 am-5 pm                                        1. Describe how physical agent modalities
       8am - noon Sunday                                    fit within the Occupational Therapy
Lunch on your own                                           Framework and identify the certification
                                                            responsibilities within the state of
Place: Nova Southeastern University                         Florida.
                                                        2. Describe the physical principles of
About Our Speaker                                           temperature, sound and electricity and
                                                            its biological effects on the human body.
                Jose Rafols, MS, OTR/L, CEAS,           3. Describe the relationship between the
                OTD, is a licensed Occupational             stages of wound healing, pain theories
                Therapist with more than 24                 and modality selection.
                years experience in clinical ortho-     4. Identify indications for the use of
                pedics and 16 years experience              electrotherapy and ultrasound
                in upper extremity rehabilitation,          modalities within the Occupational
                hand injuries, neurological inju-           Therapy Framework.
ries, diabetic foot care, geriatrics and adult re-      5. Demonstrate appropriate selection and
habilitation. President and owner of Therapeu-              application of electrotherapy and
tic Home-Bound Services Corporation (THS-                   ultrasound modalities as it relates to
Corp), which provides tailored and personalized             occupational therapy treatment.
private occupational therapy services to the            6. Identify instrumentation of the
greater Miami area. Dr. Rafols holds the rank of            modalities presented and demonstrate
Major in the U.S. Army Reserves and has served              appropriate selection of settings.
more than 25 years combined active and reserve          7. Identify components of appropriate
duty in the U.S Navy, Marine Corps and Army.                documentation for ultrasound and
He currently serves as Executive Officer (XO)                  electrotherapy devices.
to the 7217th Medical Support Unit (MSU) at             8. Identify precautions and contraindications
the Martinez Reserve Center in Perrine, FL. Cur-            for ultrasound and electrotherapy
rently holding the rank Major in the Medical Spe-           devices.
cialty Corps.. Lecturer and Faculty with Cross          9. Immediately integrate the information
Country Education, Inc. June 2006 to Present:               presented into their clinical practice
Provide basic and advanced CEU/CME semi-                    within the SCOPE OF THE FLORIDA
nars throughout the United States to OT’s, PT’s,            STATE LICENSURE LAW FOR
COTA’s, PTA’s and Nurses and LPN’s. Primary                 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST.
areas of instruction include Activity of Daily Liv-
ing Assessments and Intervention Strategies.
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         Workshop Course                            Physical Agent Modalities
                                                    Certification Course Outline
           Description
                                                    I. Introduction to Physical Agent
Physical Agent Modalities (PAM’s) for                  Modalities (PAMS)
Occupational Therapists and Occupational                a. PAM’s and Occupational Therapy
Therapy Assistants is designed as an                    b. Florida Practice Act – Statutes
introductory course to educate occupational         II. Review
therapy practitioners in the use of physical            a. Pain – theories, types
                                                         b. Wound Healing Stages
agents in the areas of electrotherapy and
                                                    III Thermal Agents
ultrasound.                                             a. Heat versus Cryotherapy
                                                        b. Superficial verses Deep Heat
The physical principles and biophysical effects     IV Ultrasound
of cryotherapy, heat, ultrasound and electrical          a. Lab/ Case Studies
currents are presented as they are related to       V. Basics of Electrotherapy
the treatment for indicated pathological                a. Iontophoresis
                                                         b. Lab/ Case studies
conditions. Emphasis is placed on principles        VI. Electrotherapy – cont
of differential diagnosis in the selection and           a. TENS
application of appropriate physical agents.              b. NMES
                                                         c. Lab/ Case studies
The course will prepare the participant in the
theory and clinical application of ultrasound,     To receive CE contact hours you must stay
iontophoresis, transcutaneous electrical nerve     for the full program. You must sign in as well
                                                   as sign out in the registration area both days.
stimulation (TENS) and neuromuscular
electrical nerve stimulation (NMES). Additional
topics included are: the use of PAM’s within
the Occupational Therapy Framework with
                                                         Registration and Directions are
review of AOTA’s 2003 position paper on                  on page 11
PAM’s and the Florida statute requirements
for occupational therapist. This physical
agents modalities course was designed by an       This Course is accredited for 16 contact hours
occupational therapist for occupational           by the Occupational Therapy Department of
therapists. Course presentation will include      NSU which is accredited by the Accreditation
lectures, laboratory sessions and problem         Council for Occupational Therapy Education
based learning via case studies.                  (ACOTE) of the American Occupational
                                                  Therapy Association (AOTA), located at 4720
                                                  Montgomery Lane, P.O. Box 31220, Bethesda,5
                                                  MD 20824-1220. Telephone 301-652-AOTA

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              Fieldwork Educator’s Certification Workshop
Date/ Time: Saturday, June 20, 2009           COURSE OBJECTIVES
        8:00 am – 4:30 pm                     Section 1:
Place: Miami Children’s Hospital              1. Identify the role of the FWE within the
                                                  educational process
        Main Campus
                                              2. Adequately and efficiently orient students
        3100 SW 62nd Avenue                       for the fieldwork experience
        Miami, FL 33155                       3. Integrate goals of the student, FWE, and
        Auditorium                                academic institution into mutually
Lunch on your own                                 determined objectives
                                              Section 2
PRESENTERS:                                   1. Identify variations in students’ learning
       Agnes A. Sheffey, Dr.OT, MSEd,             styles
       OTR/L, PT, is the Academic             2. Identify critical student behaviors and
                                                  verbalize these in specific and objective
       Fieldwork Coordinator at Florida
                                                  terms
       International University.              3. Discuss the differences and
                                                  interrelationships between feedback and
          Pam Kasyan-Itzkowitz, MS, OTR/L,        evaluation
          CHT is the Academic Fieldwork       4. Identify appropriate responses to
          Coordinator at Nova Southeastern        students’ reactions to feedback received
          University.                         Section 3
                                              1. Document student behaviors in specific
                                                  and objective terms
     This course is sponsored by FLOTEC       2. Discuss the importance of documentation
                                                  in communication and legal aspects of
                                                  documentation during fieldwork
                                              3. Write learning objectives
                                              Section 4
                                              1. Identify implications of several laws
                                                  during fieldwork
                                              2. Compare the rights and responsibilities of
                                                  the AFWC, FWEC,student, and the
  Florida International University, Nova          academic and clinical institutions
       Southeastern University and           CERTIFICATION CRITERIA:
        Miami Children’s Hospital                 • 7 hours workshop
                                                  • Completion of Pre & Post tests
                                                  • 85% minimum passing score
                                             Because this is a certification workshop,
                                             participants arriving later than one-half hour after
                                             the start of the workshop will forfeit their
         Registration Form page 9            opportunity to be certified.
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April is National Occupational Therapy Month

OT is a great profession and we should let the community
know about what we have to offer as so many people can
benefit from our services. OT Month is a great time to help
the public to better understand what OT is and has to offer.
Become a spokesperson for OT or promote your business or services this month. Spread the word
about OT. There are several locations that can help you to gain information to help you along the
way such as http://www.promoteot.org, http://aota.org. I recently went onto the AOTA web site to
see what they had to offer and I found a great selection of information including public announcement
releases, OT month products to purchase, and consumer articles on topics such as fall prevention,
autism, ergonomics, home modification, driving, early intervention, drug and alcohol abuse,
depression and backpack awareness.

In March of 2008 I attended a workshop on ADL’s by Dr. Jose R. Rafols, OTD, MHSA, OTR/L,
CEAS and at one point Dr. Rafols mentioned that ADL’s/IADL’s are performed in every ethnic and
cultural group known to mankind. ADL’s/IADL’s happen around the world, people may perform
them differently everywhere, but they all do it. That is really a powerful statement about ADL’s/
IADL’s. While OT’s do not own ADL’s/IADL’s they are an integral part of who we are as OT’s.
We should be proud to be part of such a culturally diverse therapeutic intervention. AOTA is now
utilizing the motto OT: Living Life to its Fullest as part of our Centennial Vision. Well, I can see a
clear future for us; OT’s provide a service that is needed everywhere and by everyone. Let’s show
our pride! Happy OT Month.
                                                                                     .....Heidi Lipshutz
                                   REGISTRATION FORM
                          Fieldwork Educator’s Certification Workshop
                                        June 20, 2009
Name: ____________________________________________________________________________
Address:___________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip ______________________________________________________________________
Employer or School (with address) ______________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
Telephone: (H) __________________________
             (W) __________________________
FOTA Membership Number ________________ E-mail______________________________________

Please Check:  ____ ($35 before 6/6, $40 after)                          Checks non-refundable after June 13
         Amount of check:________________

                        Register by mailing contact info with check payable to “FLOTEC” to:             5
                                             Agnes A. Sheffey OT DEPT,
          Florida International University, CNHS-UP-HLS-I # 238, 11200 SW 8th Street Miami, FL 33199
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                          NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
                         Occupational Therapy Department

                     POST-PROFESSIONAL DOCTORAL DEGREES
                            IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
                         Earn your doctorate without relocating,
                              and while employed full-time.


                            http://www.nova.edu/ot
                Distance education format, with short on-campus
                requirement. You will visit our beautiful South
                Florida campus three times per year to study
                with our distinguished faculty.




                                       Degree programs:
                         • Post-professional practice doctorate (Dr.OT)
                               • Research doctorate (Ph.D. in OT)

                                 Tel. (954) 262-1242 or
                               800-356-0026, ext. 21242
                                  Fax: (954) 262-2290
                                Email: imax@nova.edu
                                      Admissions:
                             954-262-1110 or 954-262-1118




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                       Map Directions to Nova Southeastern University
                   Physical Agent Modalities Certification Course



Directions: From either the Turnpike, I-95 or
I-75, Take I-595 to University Drive Exit. Head
south approximately 1 mile on the left on
University Drive.
Parking: in parking garage on the east side
of the building.

       Nova Southeastern University
         Health Professions Division
          3200 S. University Drive
         Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328

Notice of Nondiscrimination
Nova Southeastern University admits students of
any race, color, and national or ethnic origin


                                     REGISTRATION FORM
                   Physical Agent Modalities Certification Course
                                           May 16-17, 2009
Name: ____________________________________________________________________________
Address:___________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip ______________________________________________________________________
Employer or School (with address) ______________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________
Telephone: (H) __________________________
             (W) __________________________
FOTA Membership Number ________________ E-mail______________________________________

Please Check:    ____ OTR/COTA member $200.00 ____ OTR/COTA Nonmember               $250.00
                                              ____ Students                         $100.00

         Amount of check:________________                         Checks non-refundable after May 8
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Please mail form and corresponding check amount payable to “BOTF” to our financial chair:
                  Heidi Lipshutz, 1101 Fairfield Meadows Drive, Weston, FL 33327
         If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Heidi Lipshutz 954-290-7559.
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