Digital Education Series

On-Demand

Earn CEs on your own time with our NEW on-demand webinars offering.

The following CEs are available (for select webinars):
1.0 contact hour in Nursing
1.0 contact hour in Occupational Therapy Practice
1.0 contact hour in Physical Therapy Practice

New Webinars Added

How Activity-Dependent Neural Plasticity Principles Drive Therapeutic Change

Exercise to Boost Immunity; Enhance Revenue and Reduce Falls JANUARY 2021

Aging Safely: New Insights into the Impact of Bedroom Design on Bedroom Falls

Use of Neuromuscular Electrostimulation to Enhance Rate of Force Development in Elderly to Minimize Falls

Exploring Safety Innovations for Senior Care Organizations

Extrinsic Factors of Wound Development: Taking a Deeper Look

Successful Contracture Management

The Rehab and Restorative Nursing Partnership in the Patient Driven Payment Model

Recent Webinars

Webinar: Understanding the Geriatric Population

Webinar: Understanding the Geriatric Population

This webinar is designed to help Long Term Care therapists gain a better understanding of the changing body of elderly residents and the increased risk of sitting with abnormal posture.

Webinar: EMG Biofeedback in Rehab

Webinar: EMG Biofeedback in Rehab

Learn how EMG biofeedback and other technological advances in surface electromyography can improve the lives of your patients.

An Aptura Webinar: Senior Living Trends

An Aptura Webinar: Senior Living Trends

This webinar will include information on strategic realignment, how to add privacy to communities, healthy dining options and technology for your communities’ entrances.

Webinar: Balancing Resident Choice & Risks

Webinar: Balancing Resident Choice & Risks

Resident risk in healthcare is a very real concept. Aside from the most common occurrences, there is another type of “risk scenario” often found within institutional settings: the risk that comes from interventions intended to prevent all harm from all risks – even the risk of walking, eating and participating in activities that traditionally have been determined to be safe for seniors.