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Center for Innovative OT Solutions

Learn to administer one of our innovative, occupation-based assessments. In addition to teaching you how to administer the tool reliably, our courses will provide you with the practical skills needed to use the assessment results to plan intervention, set goals, document, and plan for re-evaluation — all while remaining occupation-centered. Join one of our courses that have already inspired thousands of occupational therapists to remain true to their professional identity as an occupational therapist.

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Provo, Utah

USA

August 2, 2017 - August 4, 2017

Price: Early bird pricing: $795 OTs/$635 OT Students

Click here to register – Register before August 2, 2017 to save $65.00. Registration closes August 3, 2017.

Venue
Utah State Hospital
Payne Building
1300 East Center Street
Provo, Utah 84603

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Course flyer:
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Hannover

Germany

September 28, 2017 - September 30, 2017

Price: TBD

Venue
Hanns-Lilje-Haus
Knochenhauerstr. 33
30159
http://www.hanns-lilje-haus.de/

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Utrecht

The Netherlands

October 30, 2017 - November 1, 2017

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Singapore

Singapore

November 20, 2017 - November 22, 2017

Price: 2,550 Singapore Dollars

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Venue
The Landmark @ Village Hotel Bugis
390 Victoria Street,
#05-01
Singapore 188061

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I have had several positive comments from fellow special educators (social worker, some teachers, and a speech pathologist) who have commented on how much they like the School AMPS and how they feel they gain valuable information from it. Good to know people now read my reports! Also fascinating how historically (at least in schools over the last several decades) we tested for and treated only motor issues and the majority of the time it is process skills that are the barrier!
Kathryn