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Illinois Occupational Therapy Association

2013

Annual Conference

& CE Event

October 24
th
, 25
th
, 26
th



Peoria Civic Center,
201 SW Jefferson Ave, Peoria, IL 61602

&

Holiday
Inn & Suites, 101 Holiday Street, East Peoria, IL 61611





2013 ILOTA
CONFERENCE BROCHURE

Coloring outside the Lines:

Redefining Practice for the Future

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3

Conference Highlights:



2 ½ days with 40

educational sessions on a variety of topics… something for every occupational
therapy practitioner



11
th

annual Illinois Commission on Education Institute



Returning

this year:

Thursday afternoon workshops and short courses



The opportunity to receive up to
20
.5

contact hours of continuing education at a fraction of the cost
of many continuing education course
s



Friday morning: Ke
ynote Address by
Dan

Brown, AOTA

Senior State Policy Analyst




Friday afternoon:
Roundtable Discussions and Networking



Saturday morning:
Poster Session



Returning

this year: Coffee/beverage refreshment service




The Exhibit Hall where you

can see new products, learn about charitable organizations, and talk with
potential employers



The Annual ILOTA Awards Luncheon and Business Meeting where you can share your voice and learn
about what is new in the state



The Association’s annual fund
raisin
g event


the Silent Auction



Opportunities to network with occupational therapy practitioners from the entire state of Illinois


2013 Conference at a Glance


Thursday, October 24th

11:30am

Registration Begins

12:00pm


3:00pm

Concurrent Workshops

3:15pm


4:45pm

Concurrent Short Courses

5:30pm


8:30pm

11
th

Annual
Commission on Education
Institute & Dinner

Friday, October 25
th

7:30am

Registration begins & Exhibit Hall opens

7:30am


8:30am

Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

8:30am


10:00am

Concurrent Short Courses

10:15am


11:45am

Keynote Address

11:45am


12:45pm

Exhibits and Boxed Lunches in Exhibit Hall

12:45pm


1:45pm

SIS Roundtable Discussions and Networking

2:00pm


3:30pm

Concurrent Short Courses

OR

2:00pm


5:00pm

Concurrent W
orkshops

3:45pm


5:15pm

Concurrent Short Courses

5:30pm

Student Networking Dinner at
Granite City Food & Brewery

6:00pm


9:00pm

IOTPAC

Night


Wine Tasting and Hors D
’oue
vres

at
Mackinaw Valley Vineyard

Saturday, October 26
th

7:30am

Registration
begins & Exhibit Hall opens

7:30am


8:30am

Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

8:00am


9:20am

Poster Session

9:30am


11:00am

Concurrent Short Courses

OR

9:30am


12:30pm

Concurrent Workshops

11:15am


12:45pm

Concurrent Short Courses

12:45pm


2:15pm

Annual ILOTA Awards Luncheon and Business Meeting

2:30pm


4:00pm

Concurrent Short Courses

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3

Conference Sponsors:

Gold Sponsor
s
:






Bronze Sponsor
s
:








Thursday,
October 24
th


11:30 am


Registration begins

12:00 pm


3:00 pm Concurrent Workshops


T1

OT in

Primary Care: We Should Be There

Presenters
:
Julia

Henderson
-
Kalb
,
MS OTR/L

&
Sherry

Muir
,
ABD, OTR/L


Content Area
:
Adult Physical Disabilities, Community Practice, General,
Geriatrics, Mental Health, Pediatrics

Target Audience
:
Entry Level, Intermediate, Advanced

Course Description
:
Within the medical setting, OTs have primarily worked in the treatment & remediation of illness
or injury, usually in a separate space than the r
eferring physician. This model has led to a fragmentation of
healthcare. However, because OTs are so broadly trained, our profession could be a fundamental key to reducing
fragmentation in healthcare and actually improving well
-
being or preventing illnes
s/injury. This session will provide
an example of how OT was integrated into primary care at a Family & Community Medicine Clinic to provide on
-
demand OT services for a variety of ages and physical, psychosocial, contextual, and chronic pain problems.


T2


Using a Theoretical Model to Design Intervention in a

Community Mental Health Program

Presenter
:
Lisa

Mahaffey
,
M.S. OTR/L


Content Area
:
Mental Health

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
This session will focus on providing OT
intervention to adults with persistent mental illness living
in the community, that is ground in a theoretical conceptual model. The course will review the process of choosing
a model and then will go though OT process in light of that chosen model. Evid
ence to support the dynamic
interaction between theoretically ground OT intervention with the Recovery Model will be presented.


T3

The Transaction between Sensory Processing, Emotions, and Behavior

Presenter
:
Kimberly

Bryze
,
PHD, OTR/L


Content Area
: Pe
diatrics, Early Intervention, Schools

Target Audience
: Entry Level, Intermediate

Course Description
:
This workshop will provide participants with a working understanding of the interrelationships
between the autonomic, limbic, and sensory systems as they s
upport emotional and behavioral development and
control. Special emphasis will be placed on the critical reasoning involved in intervention for young children with
sensory processing disorders and ways to support daily routines to enhance emotional and be
havioral development.
The presentation format will include lecture, discussion, and case presentations to weave the workshop content
together.













Thursday,
October 24
th

(continued)

3:15 pm


4:45 pm Concurrent Short Courses


T4

Health
Literacy: Implications f
or O
ccupational Therapists Working with Adults in

Physical Rehabilitation Settings

Presenter
s
:
Jennifer

Friesema
,
OTDS, OTR/L

,
Kris

Barnekow
,
PhD, OTR/L

&
Yolanda

Suarez
-
Balcazar
,
PhD

Content Area
:
Adult Physical Disabilities,
Community Practice, Education, General, Geriatrics

Target Audience
:
Entry Level, Intermediate

Course Description
:
The intent of this presentation is to share the most current research about health literacy and
how it impacts the health care encounter. An
occupational based model will guide discussion of strategies for
occupational therapists related to assessment and intervention for patients with poor health literacy.


T5

The D
SM 5: Navigating Change i
n Mental Health Practice
-

An Occupational Perspectiv
e

Presenter
:
Stacy

Haatvedt
,
MA
,

OTR/L


Content Area
:
Mental Health

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
The purpose of this presentation is: 1) to
describe the transition from
the DSM IV to the DSM 5

in mental health practice across disciplines and to analyze how this change impacts occupational th
erapy practice;
2) to
provide a forum for those OTs currently navigating through this chan
ge by way of a panel discussion; and 3)
e
ducate

OTs in the practi
cal application of the
DSM 5
.


T6


Social a
nd Emotional Learning Standar
ds in IL
: Advancin
g Occupational Therapy's Place at t
he Table

Presenter
:
M. Bill

Hellyer
,
MS, OTR/L


Content Area
:
Pediatrics, Schools ,
Mental Health,
General

Target Audience
:
Interm
ediate

Course Description
:
Illinois was the first state to adopt comprehensive, free
-
standing
standards for social and
emotional learning
at the preschool to high school level. Participants in this workshop will improve their
understanding of the Illi
nois
State Board of Education’s

Social and Emotional Learning Standards and their relation
to occupational therapy practice. Strategies for
advancing occupational therapy’
s role in social and emotional
learning will be highlighted and discussed.




5:30 pm


8:30 pm
ILLINOIS COMMISSION ON EDUCATION INSTITUTE

& DINNER




The Illinois Occupational Therapy Association Ad Hoc Comm
ission

on
Education presents the 11
th

Annual
Institute
:


Developing Your Effectiveness as a Fieldwork Educator


Presenters:

Eve Fischberg,

OTR/L, M.A.
,

Lee Ann Hohstadt,
COTA/L,
Leslie Jackson,
MEd, OT/L, FAOTA
,

Linda Orr,

OTR/L,


Kathy Preissner,
EdD, MHS, OTR/L,
Caren Shranz,
DrOT, OTR/L,
Marlene Vogt,

OTR/L, MS,

& Minetta Wallingford
, OTR/L


The knowledge and su
pervision skills of fieldwork educators are critical to the success of OT and OTA students, and to
the future of our profession. In this session, fieldwork educators with any amount of experience will develop their
effectiveness as fieldwork educators. Thr
ough short lectures, group discussions, and a panel presentation, participants
will learn about effective strategies for supervision, become updated about current fieldwork issues, and gain
confidence in their skills as fieldwork educators.


Dinner will be provided during the institute.
Registration fee: $10.00
. Participants will receive CE credit.


Co
-
Sponsored by the Chicago Area Council of Occupational Therapy Directors and the


Illinois Academic Fieldwork Coordinators Consortium


Friday
,

October 25
th


7:30 am


Registration begins

7:30 am


Exhibit Hall opens

7:30 am


8:30 am Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

8:30 am


10:00 am Concurrent Short Courses


F1 Assessment and Treatment of

Vision

Related to Neurological Deficits

Presenter
: Carolyn Calamia, MOT, OTR/L

Content Area
:
Physical Disabilities

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
Visual deficits have a large impact on a person’s ability to regain independence, but are often
more difficult to identify and treat

than typical motor deficits. This introductory course will take a look at the
assessment and treatment of typical

vision

impairments that occur as a result of neurological diagnoses. The
importance of collaboration

with eye care professionals in the rehab
ilitation process will be highlighted. Case
studies, discussion, and lab sessions will be included to reinforce lecture content and allow the participant
opportunities to generate treatment ideas using a variety of media. A range of treatment strategies wi
ll be
discussed; from simple, component
-
based exercises, to dynamic, functional activities.


F2

Potential Benefits o
f Redu
cing Antipsychotic Medications i
n Dementia Residents
-

Changing Approaches

Presenter
:
Thomas

Conrad
,
OTA/L, CDP


Content Area
:
Geriatrics, Mental Health

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
This session identifies several benefits of CMS's partnership to improve dementia care in nursing
homes. Four components to utilizing alternatives to chemical restraints with this
population are: understanding,
communication, attitude, and willingness. Each area must be addressed to achieve positive outcomes.


F3

Introduction t
o
ILOTA: Defining o
ur Leadership

Presenter
:
Peggy

Nelson
,
OTR/L, MBA


Content Area
:
General

Target Audie
nce
:
Entry Level, Intermediate, Advanced

Course Description
:
This session was designed to provide the history and overview of the Illinois Occupational
Therapy Association. In addition, we will discuss current trends in healthcare impacting the profession
al association.
After discussion, an interactive group activity will be introduced to integrate information learned and establish goals
for future success.


F4

T
ransgender Women's Experiences of t
he Gender Affirmation Process

Presenters
:
Emily

Simpson
,
P
HD, OTR/L


Content Area
:
Community Practice, General, Mental Health

Target Audience
:
Entry Level, Intermediate, Advanced

Course Description
:
This
presentation describes the findings of a phenomenological research study. The study
explored the lived experie
nces of transgender women

throughout the gender affirmation process as well as their
needs across the lifespan. Implications to be mindful of the opportunities to serve this group will assist practitioners
in expanding their minds and approaches to interve
ntion.







Friday, October 25
th

(continued)

8:30 am


10:00 am Concurrent Short Courses (continued)


F5

Implicati
ons of the Affordable Care Act’s Quality and Efficiency Initiatives f
or

Occupational Therapy Managers a
nd
Practitioners

Presenters
:
Gail

Fisher
,
MPA, OTR/L, FAOTA

&

Marla

Robinson
,
MSc., OTR/L, BCPR


Content Area
:
Administration, Adult Physical Disabilities, General

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
With the expanded implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2014,
quality and
efficiency initiatives are increasing. Occupational therapy can play a key role as hospitals and physicians respond by
trying to reduce hospital readmissions and prevent hospital acquired conditions to maximize revenue. This short
course will
provide an overview of the relevant ACA components and will include examples of how OT managers and
practitioners have been involved in implementing ACA
-
related initiatives. Opportunities for an expanded role as a
result of ACA implementation will be highl
ighted.


F6

Where OT Fits in
to Early Intervention

Presenters
:
Barb

Welmers
,
MS/CDS

&
Susan

Kupczyk
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Early Intervention

Target Audience
:
Entry Level, Intermediate, Advanced

Course Description
:
Therapists will become familiar with the

Early Intervention referral, evaluation, and treatment
process. There will be information on employment such as the pros and cons of working as an independent provider
vs working for an agency. There will also be information on the settings in which trea
tment is delivered including
therapeutic techniques for children birth to three years old.


10:15 am


11:45 am Keynote Address


Keynote Speaker: Dan Brown, JD


Dan Brown is the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Senior State Policy Analyst. His

duties include
providing strategic advice to state OT association leaders about state legislative and regulatory issues, in particular state

implementation of the Affordable Care Act. In addition, Dan is a member of a staff team at AOTA involved in identi
fying
new opportunities for occupational therapy professionals as the health care delivery system evolves. Previously, Dan
was the Legislative Research Analyst for the Arizona House of Representatives’ Committee on Health and Human
Services. Dan received h
is JD and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Health Law from the University of Pittsburgh School
of Law.


11:45 am


12:45 pm Exhibits and Boxed Lunches in Exhibit Hall

12:45 pm


1:45 pm
SIS Roundtable Discussions and Networking


There are several
important issues facing occupational therapy practice in Illinois


issues that affect all areas of practice
(school
-
based, early intervention, physical disabilities, mental health, community, geriatrics, education, etc.). Please join
us for conversation,

information sharing and networking in these roundtable discussions with colleagues and the ILOTA
leaders. (CE credit)




Friday, October 25
th

(continued)

2:00 pm


5:00 pm Concurrent Workshops

F7

Practice of t
he Future:

I
mplications
of t
he New
Licensure Act

Presenters
:
Nancy

Richman
,
OTR/L,FAOTA

& Maureen Mulhall, ILOTA Lobbyist

Content Area
:
General

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
The Act that defines Occupational Therapy in the State of Illinois will be reauthorized in 2014.
We will be discussing the changes that have been incorporated and the implications for therapists in different
practice settings. We will be discussing the Rul
es that will be proposed early in 2014. Come express your ideas and
be involved in this important initiative.


F8

Panel Discussion on Building an OT Workforce for Community Mental Health

Presenters
:
Lisa

Mahaffey
,
M.S. OTR/L

,
Katherine Burson
,
M.S. OTR/
L, CPRP
,
Linda

Olson
,
Ph.D., OTR/L
,
Dan

Brown
,
JD

&
Brad

Egan
,
OTD, MA, OTR/L

Content Area
:
Administration, Community Practice, Education, Mental Health

Target Audience
:
Entry Level, Intermediate, Advanced

Course Description
:
The state of Illinois is curre
ntly considering changes in the workforce for community mental
health as a result of initiatives around independent living and the move to manage care organizations for recipients
of mental health services. These changes open the door for occupational ther
apy but will require development of a
workforce trained for these positions. Clinicians, educators and fieldwork coordinators are encouraged to join a
panel of mental health experts in discussing what needs to be done to create this occupational therapy w
orkforce in
the next few years.

2:00 pm


3:30

pm Concurrent
Short Courses

F9

The Revised A
OTA Board a
nd Specialty Certification

Presenters
:
Marla

Robinson
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Adult Physical Disabilities, Community Practice, Developmental
Disabilities, Early Intervention,
Geriatrics, Hand Rehabilitation, Mental Health, Pediatrics, Schools, Technology

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
This session will present information regarding the AOTA Board Certification and Specialty
C
ertification programs which are revised for 2013. Emphasis on understanding the requirements and how potential
applicants might meet them will be included


F10

Evaluating and Treating Sensory Processing Disorders in Early Intervention

Presenter
:
Christine

Morrison
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Early Intervention

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
This short course will examine how to evaluate and treat sensory processing disorders in infants
and children from 0
-
3 years of age. Do sensory processing
disorders look the same in an infant as they do in a 5 year
old child? Evidence from the field of early intervention will be incorporated into current knowledge related to
sensory processing disorders to discuss occupational therapy intervention for senso
ry processing disorders outside
the clinic setting.


F11

The Development and Validation of the Context Social Participation Scale

Presenters
:
Minetta

Wallingford
,
OTR/L

&
Divya

Sood
,
OTD, OTR/L


Content Area
:
Geriatrics

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
Purpose: The purpose of this session is to discuss the steps involved in the development of the
Context Social Participation Scale (CSPS) and the process for establishing face and content validity. The session will
discuss the review of

the literature, the steps involved in the development of the CSPS and the initial validation
process. Results of the process will be reviewed and discussed.

Friday, October 25
th

(continued)

2:00 pm


3:30

pm Concurrent
Short Courses

(continued)

F12

Beyond t
he Home: Exploring Home Health Occupational Ther
apy Practitioners' Perceptions of t
he Environment
Impacting Client Community Participation

Presenter
:
Monika

Robinson
,
DrOT,
OTR/L

,
Cynthia Carr, DrOT, MS, OTR/L
, &

Daniela Cepa, DHS, OTR/L

Content A
rea
:
Community Practice

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
The presentation is based on the findings of a post
-
professional occupational therapy doctorate
capstone project using a qualitative study on home health occupational therapy practit
ioners’ perception of the
environment. The overall purpose of this presentation is to raise the awareness of occupational therapy
practitioners’ practice patterns in community based settings such as home health. Understanding the practice
patterns of commu
nity based practitioners facilitates further discussion and reflection of our role in increasing our
client’s participation in the community.

3:45 pm


5:15 pm Concurrent Short Courses

F13

Edu
cation and Technology Used to Improve the Quality of Life for

People w
ith Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Presenters
:
Elizabeth

Kohler
-
Rausch
,
OTS

,
Brooke

Dudley
,
OTS
,
Brianne

Heiland
,
OTS

&
Mark

Kovic
,
OTD, OTR/L

Content Area
:
Adult Physical Disabilities, Education, Technology

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course
Description
:
The purpose of this educational session is to discuss the results of our qualitative study
examining the current model of diabetes education based on the perspectives of diabetes educators. Technology
use and diabetes management will be discu
ssed as well as future technological development. Implications for
occupational therapy and multidisciplinary care for Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 (DMT2) will also be addressed.


F14

The Role of OT with Rebuilding Together

Presenter
:
Julee

Lockard
,
MS, OTR/L,

CAPS


Content Area
:
Community Practice

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
The purpose of this short course is to educate on advocacy and networking opportunities
through volunteer work with Rebuilding Together. Through this presentation, w
e will share home modification
expertise, explore networking opportunities, and build confidence as a vital piece to the home modifications
process.


F15

Neonatal Developmental Positioning

Presenter
:
Stephanie

Stortzum
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Early
Intervention, Pediatrics

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
This lecture provides an overview of developmental positioning for the neonatal population.
Positioning techniques in an isolette are hightlighted with pictures and videos, as well
as positioning considerations
for the infant in a crib. Also addressed in the lecture is the importance of positioning for head shape, prevention of
plagiocephaly and scaphocephaly,prevention of torticollis, and the effect of diaper placement on hip mobil
ity.


F16

Learning by Doing: Experiential Learning by Serving Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Presenter
:
Kimberly

Bryze
,
PHD, OTR/L


Content Area
:
Developmental Disabilities, Education

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
This session
will provide the participants with an understanding of how the OT students at
Midwestern University combine the provision of OT evaluations and consultation with service to an underserved
population, adults with developmental disabilities. For many years,

the second year students have learned the OT
process by "doing OT" under faculty mentorship and supervision and developed the skills, attitudes and behaviors of
occupational therapists through authentic learning experiences. Case presentations will illus
trate the learning
experience of the students.

Friday, October 25
th

(continued)




5:30 pm


Student Networking Dinner




Join fellow occupational therapy students for networking and socializing over dinner at Granite City Food &

Brewery!
Meet at the conference registration table at 5:15 pm to walk with other students to the restaurant. Register for this
event when registering for conference so that restaurant reservations may be accurate. Please note that dinner costs
are not i
ncluded in conference registration. Average meals at this restaurant range from $15
-
$20.


Granite City is located approximately one mile from the conference hotel at:

230 Conference Center Drive
,
East Peoria,

IL

61611


For more information about Granite
City, please visit:

http://www.gcfb.net





6:00 pm


9:00 pm
IOTPAC
Night:
Wine Tasting and Hors D
’ouevres




Help support the Illinois Occupational Therapy Political Action Committee

and celebrate the signing

of our new Practice
Act
! Meet us at Mackinaw Valley Vineyard for an evening of
socializing and networking. The evening will begin with
a
winery tour,
followed by
wine tasting

and heavy hors d’ouevres.
All proceeds will benefit the IOTPAC.


Registration fee: $35.00. Register early
as

seats are limited!


Mackinaw Valley Vineyard is located just 25 minutes from the conference hotel at:

33633 State Route 9, Mackinaw
,

IL 61755


For more information about Mackinaw Valley Vineyard, please visit:

http://www.mackinawvalleyvineyard.com




Saturday
,
October 26
th


7:30 am


Registration begins

7:30 am


Exhibit Hall opens

7:30 am


8:30 am Continental Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

8:00 am


9:20

am
Poster Session


P1


Ex
-
offenders in Transitional Housing: Needs f
or Successful Community Reintegration

Presenter
:
Nikki

Neumann
,
OTS
-
III



P2


The Feasibility o
f
a

High
-
Repetiti
on, Task
-
Specific Intervention f
or

the Paretic Upper Extremity in a
n Inpat
ient
Rehabilitation Setting

Presenter
:
Kimberly

Waddell
,
MS, OTR/L



P3


The Contribution of Occupational Therapy for Unmet Life Skill Needs of Children in t
he Foster Care System

Presenters
:
Prerna

Basnet
,
OTS
-
III
,
Cheryl

Bathan
,
OTS
-
III

&
Ashley

McGaughy
,
OTS
-
III


P4


Use of Nintendo Wii i
n Oncology Rehabilitation

Presenters
:
Virginia

Chu
,
PHD, OTS
,
Sara

Elena
,
BA, OTS
,
Amanda

Miller
,
BS, OTS



P5


Occupational Therapi
sts' Perceptions of Best Practice f
or Parkinson's Disease

Presenters
:
Kiley

Rich
,
OTS
,
Alex

Robinson
,
OTS

&
Emily K.

Simpson
,
PhD, OTR/L



P6


The Influences of Emerging Practice Areas o
n Occupational Therapy Practitioners

Presenters
:
Emma

Childress
,
OTS,

Krystal Carson, OTS & Emily Barnes, OTS



P7


Self
-
Determination and Adults w
ith
Intellectual Disabilities

Presenters
:
Wanda

Mahoney
,
PHD, OTR/L
,
Carrie

Echols
,
BS
,
Eugene

Frenzel
,
BHS
,
Lindsey

Mariscal

&
Edward

O'Donnell
,
BS


P8


Perceptions o
f Cult
ural Competency when Working with Clients a
mong Governors State University Students

Pr
esenters
:
Sara

Smit
,
OTS,

Laura

Beck
,
OTS,

Michele

Blidy
,
OTS,

Tiffani

Grant
,
OTS &

Melanie

Ellexson
,
DHSc, MBA,
FAOTA, OTR/L


P9


Parents’ Ability to Generate Strategies to Facilitate Participation in

Home & Com
munity Activities in Children w
ith
Disabilities

Presenters
:
Divya

Sood
,
OTR/L
,
Caren

Schranz
,
DrOT, MS, OTR/L
,
Erin Haenig , Holly Moloney , Lind
sey Shinnick ,
Amanda Suenkens &

Alicia Tuuk


P10

Occupational Ther
apy Graduates' Strategies Used for Preparation f
or N
BCOT
Exam

Presenters
:
Cath
erine

Brady
,
ED.D, OTR/L
,
Bria

Mays
,
OTS
,
Abby

Sprague
,
OTS
,
Mehgan

Quinn
,
OTS
,

Christine
Malmer
, OTS &

Loren Buckley
,
OTS



P11

Teachers’ Perceptions of Children w
ith
Sensory Processing Dysfunction w
ithin Classroom Settings

Presenters
:
Divya

Sood
,
OTR/L
,
Caren

Schranz
,
DrOT, MS, OTR/L
,
Melanie Cabeen, Nicole Copalello, Carla Foreman,
Matt Medley, B
randon Onuselogu &
Kelly Picken


P12

Building Capacity Program (
BCP)

Presenter
:
Santila

Terry
,
MOT, OTR/L



P13

Occupational Therapy Faculty Perception of MOT

Students


Active Classroom Participation

Presenters
: Cynthia Carr, DrOT, MS, OTR/L, Patti Kalvelage, MS, OTR/L,
Catherine

Estrada
,
OTS
,
Logan

Savage
,
OTS
,
Bernadette

Okrasinski
,
OTS

&
Joe

Beck
,
OTS


P14

Occupational Therapy Students
’ Perception o
f Reflect
ive Journaling: A Case Report

Presenters
:
Caren

Schranz
,
DROT, MS, OTR



Saturday
,
October 26
th

(continued)

8:00 am


9:20

am
Poster Session

(continued)


P15

Transitioning to Adulthood with a
n

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Use o
f
the Adolescent a
nd Young
Adult
Participation Sort

Presenters
:
Mary

Ackerman
, OTS


P16

Pilot

Study: Early Parenting Skills o
f New Adolescent Mothers

Presenters
:
Leslie

Roundtree
,
DHS, MBA, OTR/L
,
Olanma

Ohale
,
MOTS &
Lisa

Jackson
,
MOTS



P17

Reduced Healthcare Utilization
a
t
6
-
weeks Correct
ed Age a
mong

Premature Infants after the H
-
Hope Mother
-
I
nfant Developmental Intervention

Presenters
:
Rosemary

Wh
ite
-
T
raut
,
PHD, RN
,
Kathleen

Norr
,
PhD
,
Kristin

Rankin
,
PhD

&
Susan

Vonderheid
,
PhD


P18

Integrated Mother
-
Premature Infant Inter
vention and Mother
-
Infant Interaction a
t 6
-
weeks Corrected Age

Presenters
:
Rosemary

White
-
T
raut
,
PHD, RN
,
Kathleen

Norr
,
PhD
,
Kristin

Rankin
,
PhD
,
&
Rohitkumar

Vasa
,
MD



P19

Journey of Leadership: Steps for a

Meaningful Career

Presenters
:
Jennifer

Schmidt
,
OTR/L

&
Jana

Ellison
,
MS, OTR/L, CLT



P20

Results from a National Survey o
f Occupational Therapy Practition
ers’ Involvement in Response t
o Intervention

Presenters
:
Susan

Cahill
,
PHD, OTR/L

&
Beatriz

McGuire
,
OTD, OTR/L



P21

(Cancelled by
speaker)


P22

The Effects Of Scuba Diving On Occupational Performance In Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorders

Presenters
:
Kelly

Hayn
,
OTS
-
III
,
Megan

Rowland
,
OTS
-
III

&

Shane

Allen
,
OTS
-
III



9:30 am


12:30

pm Concurrent
Workshops


S1


Technology
for the Non
-
T
echie

Presenters
:
Joy

Hyzny
,
MS, OTR/L

,
Mary

Bettlach
,
OTR/L
,
Holly

Gutto
,
M.Ed., OTR/L
,
Ed

Hitchcock
,
OT/L

&

Michelle

Schmidt
,
OTR/L

Content Area
:
Technology,
Pediatrics, Schools,
General

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
This

engaging and interactive workshop will highlight assistive technology (AT) strategies and
tools that can facilitate participation in the student and worker role. Low
-
tech, mid
-
tech, and high
-
tech computer
access tools will be available for participants t
o explore at numerous workstations. Workstations will include built
-
in
computer access features and ergonomic concepts, physical access technology, cognitive and learning supports,
portable technology, as well as examples of how OT's are incorporating AT
into their practice.


S2


Acceptance a
nd Commitment Therapy

Presenter
:
James

Hill
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Community Practice, Education, Mental Health

Target Audience
:
Entry Level, Intermediate, Advanced

Course Description
:
The purpose of this presentation
is: 1) t
o provide participants with an introductory
understanding of the basic theory, practice, and evidence
-
base related to Ac
ceptance and Commitment Therapy, 2)
t
o address applicatio
n of this theory in OT practice, and 3) t
o provide resources for contin
ued learning.



Saturday
,
October 26
th

(continued)

9:30 am


11:00 am

Concurrent Short Courses


S3


Understanding Medical Devices in the ICU and Implications for t
he Occupational Therapist

Presenter
:
Cheryl

Esbrook
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Adult Physical

Disabilities

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
This course will discuss the various medical equipment patients may
presen
t

with in all ICU
settings. Implications of each device on clinical decision making will be discussed to improve safet
y and effectiveness
in the acute care setting. Pictures and case studies will be utilized to support clinical application of the presented
information. Actual devices will be available to encourage hands
-
on learning.


S4


Promoting "Readiness To Learn" in

t
he Classroom Setting

Presenter
:
Jane

Jarosz
,
M.S., OTR/L, LMT


Content Area
:
Pediatrics, Schools

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
The purpose of this presentation is t
o review the current sensory supports available for use in
the classroo
m setting to promote focused attention and readiness to learn.

Use of these strategies avoids having to
leave the classroom for a "sensory break" resulting in lost instructional time. Effectiveness of these strategies will be
discussed and reviewed with e
videnced based research as available from the literature.


S5


Clinical
Practicum Experiences: Impact o
n Student Development

Presenters
:
Linda

Olson
,
PH.D., OTR/L

,
Brenda

Koverman
,
MBA, MS, OTR/L

&
Molly

Bathje
,
MS, OTR/L


Content Area
:
Education

Target

Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
Experiential learning has been found to be effective in developing professionalism, competence,
and self
-
direction in occupational therapy students. This short course will describe the clinical practicum
experie
nces that have been implemented at Rush University. Subjective and objective changes in fieldwork
performance following the incorporation of these experiences will be presented.


S6

"W
hen Can I
Start Driving?"
-

How to Answer t
he Question We All Fear

Presenters
:
Nicole

Thonn
,
MS, OTR/L, CDI

&

Anne

Hegberg
,
MS, OTR/L, CDRS, CDI


Content Area
:
Adult Physical Disabilities, Developmental Disabilities, Geriatrics, Pediatrics, Schools

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
This session will provide

the OT generalist with
ways to answer the questions, “Am I ready to
drive again?” and “
Am I

ready to become a new driver?”

This session will answer common questions and empower
the OT generalist to provide powerful feed
back to the client based on OT’
s ma
stery of task analysis. It will also guide
the OT generalist to provide

additional resources and
to know
when to refer to drivers rehabilitation. This will be
addressed with the following settings and their populations: rehab, home health, outpatient, sc
hools.


11:15 am


12:45 pm

Concurrent Short Courses


S7

Moving Fo
rward in Mobility...an Insight into t
he Automotive Mobility Industry

Presenters
:
Gerry

Davis

Content Area
:
Adult Physical Disabilities, Technology

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course
Description
:
"Moving Forward in Mobility" is an overview of the Automotive Mobility Industry. This
presentation seeks to educate Occupational Therapists about how a person with a physical disability can become or
remain independent as a driver and what te
chnology is available to help them do so.


Saturday
,
October 26
th

(continued)

11:15 am


12:45 pm

Concurrent Short Courses
(continued)

S8

Family
-
Centered Care i
n Early Intervention

Presenters
:
Ashley

Stoffel
,
OTD, OTR/L

,
Becky

Nixon
,
OTS

&
Dallas

Castillo
,
OTS


Content Area
:
Early Intervention, Pediatrics

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
Early intervention (EI) practice often utilizes a family
-
centered care (FCC) model. Research has
shown positive outcomes of using a FCC approach.
EI practitioners need to understand FCC and have access to
resources to promote successful partnerships with families. Families also need to understand their role. This
presentation will highlight FCC and provide examples of family and clinician handouts a
nd activities that can be
utilized in promoting a FCC approach in early intervention. An evidence
-
based review of FCC will also be discussed.


S9

The Occupation o
f Art

Presenter
:
Molly

Bathje
,
MS, OTR/L


Content Area
:
General

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
Art has been integral to practice of occupational therapy (OT) since the establishment of the
profession. This session will explore the history of art in the profession of OT, use of arts and crafts in practice and
opportunities to
apply art and craft activities within current models of practice.


S10

Post Intensive Care Syndrome

Presenters
:
Marla

Robinson
,
OTR/L

&
Cheryl

Esbrook
,
OTR/L, BCPR


Content Area
:
Adult Physical Disabilities, Community Practice

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
T
he purpose of this presentation is t
o provide OT/OTAs

with an understanding of what post
intensive care syndrome (PICS) is and how OT practitioners can play an important role in the rehabilitation for this
population. Current evidenc
e will be presented to provide a foundation for the issues and provide interventions for
OT/OTAs in acute care, rehabilitation and community settings.

12:45 pm


2:15

pm Annual ILOTA Awards Luncheon and Business Meeting

2:30 pm


4:00 pm Concurrent Short

Courses

S11

Leadership Skills for OT Professionals to Advance in T
heir Career

Presenters
:
Robin

Luman
,
MBA

&
Jennifer

Schreiber
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Education

Target Audience
:
Entry Level

Course Description
:
The purpose of this session is to educate
entry level Occuaptional Therapists in the areas of
interviewing, mentorship, productivity, census developments, marketing and client relationships.


S12

Assistive Tech Options for Smartphones a
nd Tablets

Presenter
:
Edward

Hitchcock
,
OT/L


Content Area
:
Te
chnology

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
Tablets and smartphones running Android and IOS are becoming more and
more ubiquitous.

They provide unique opportunities as well as challenges to our clients with disabilities. Their portability, widespread
acceptance and perceived ease of use can make them an attractive assistive technology options. This session will
focus on access opt
ions for people with physical, visual and cognitive disabilities. These systems will be contrasted
with each other, as well as more traditional computer platforms
,

to allow a clinician to make a better decision on
prescribing, recommending and training/u
tilization of this equipment with their client.

Saturday
,
October 26
th

(continued)

2:30

pm


4:00 pm Concurrent Short Courses

(continued)



S13

(Cancelled by speaker)



S14

Analyzing the Effectiveness of Contextual Enrichment on Children w
ith Autism

Presenters
:
Divya

Sood
,
OTR/L

,
Caren

Schranz
,
DrOT, MS, OTR/L

&
Monika

Szymanski
,
MOT,OTR/L


Content Area
:
Pediatrics

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
The study identifies impact of Enriched Home Environment Program (EHEP) on
participation of
children with Autism in home activities. EHEP enables parents to develop strategies to create enriched home
environment to promote their child’s participation.


S15

Acquiring Skill in t
he
Intentional Relationship Model t
hrough Video Analys
is

Presenter
:
Laura

Vanpuymbrouck
,
OTR/L


Content Area
:
Education

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
Therapeutic Use of Self is an essential component of successful Occupational Therapy
treatment. Video analysis of a therapist utilizing the
Intentional Relationship Model as a theoretical framework is
analyzed as a method to increase knowledge of therapeutic use of self in the therapist
-
client relationship.


S16

Safety vs Independence: The Role f
or Therapy

Presenters
:
Nancy

Richman
,
OTR/L, FAO
TA

&
Coralie

Glantz
,
OT/L, BCG, FAOTA

Content Area
:
Geriatrics

Target Audience
:
Intermediate

Course Description
:
Autonomy has become a prominent principle in health care ethics. How to keep our clients safe
without limits on autonomy is a challenge. Often autonomy is referred to as the self
-
determination principle, a
person’
s

right to hold views, to make choices, and

to take actions based on personal values, beliefs, and
participation alternatives. The aim of this program in to find ways to balance safety and autonomy predicated upon
the dynamic of person
-
environment interaction.
















Our Conference Location


Peoria
:

Located on the banks of the Illinois River, Peoria offers a wealth of attractions, events, historical sites,
shopping and artistic venues.


I
n the heart of downtown, the Riverfront Visitors Center is where you can find a
m
yriad of maps, brochures, and information on things to do in
the

area.
Head

to the riverfront to enjoy a
sightseeing cruise on t
he

Spirit of Peoria
, visit

the

Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, eat a meal at
Rhythm Kitchen

or

Kelleher's Irish Pub
, or

enjoy a weekend night hotspot

like

Sully's Pub and Café

and

Ulrich's
Rebellion Room.


Sample

the different marvelous

wines

at one of Peoria’s three
area wineries
.

Shopping

is also
convenien
t and ple
ntiful in Peoria: find

a variety of stores at the

Metro Centre, the Junction City Shopping
Center

or the

Shoppes at Grand Prairie
.


For entertainment, attend

a performance at the
Peoria

Players
Theatre
, the

Corn Stock Theatre
, th
e Peoria Ballet, or the Peoria Symphony Orchestra.

For opportunities to
discover animals

and the outdoors,
head over to the

Peoria Zoo at Glen Oak Park

or the

Wildlife Prairie State
Park!





Registration Instructions:

Please

register online at
www.ilota.org
.

You may pay be credit card or check. If paying by check, choose that
option on the registration website and mail the check, made payable to ILOTA, to: ILOTA, PO Box 4520, Lisle, IL
60532. If you do not have internet access to register online,

please cal
l the ILOTA office at (708) 452
-
7640 to
register by phone.
Early registration

and payment must be received by
September 27, 2013
.
Regular
registration

and payment must be received by

October 18, 2013
.

Contact the ILOTA office with any questions
or concer
ns at (708) 452
-
7640.


Cancellation Policy:

Refunds will be issued, minus a $50.00 processing fee, if notification is received by October 2
1,

2013. Refunds
will not be granted for cancellations that are received the day of conference.


Registration Fees:

Full Conference 2 ½ Day Registration

Full Conference 2 ½ Day Registration includes up to 17.5 contact hours of continuing education, Friday and
Saturday continental breakfasts, Friday boxed lunch, and Saturday awards luncheon.



1 Day Registration
(Friday OR Saturday)

1 Day Registration includes up to
either
7
or 6
contact hours of continuing education and meals on day of
attendance.


Early Registration

Through Sept. 27

Regular Registration

Sept. 28


Oct. 18

Onsite Registration

Oct. 18


Oct. 26

I
LOTA member

$1
80

$20
5

$25
5

Non
-
member

$
2
80

$
30
5

$
35
5

Speaker member

$
1
30

$
15
5

$
20
5

Speaker non
-
member

$
230

$
255

$
30
5

Student

$
60

$
85

$
110


½ Day Registration (Thursday ONLY)

½ Day Registration includes up to 4.5 contact hours of continuing education.


Early Registration

Through Sept. 27

Regular Registration

Sept. 28


Oct. 18

Onsite Registration

Oct. 18


Oct. 26

ILOTA member

$90

$
115

$
140

Non
-
member

$
100

$
125

$150

Speaker member

$65

$
90

$
11
5

Speaker non
-
member

$
75

$100

$125

Student

$
20

$
30

$
50



Early Registration

Through
S
ept. 27

Regular Registration

Sept. 28



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$3
50

$3
75

$4
25

Non
-
member

$450

$475

$525

Speaker member

$250

$275

$325

Speaker non
-
member

$350

$375

$425

Student

$100

$125

$150