Advocating Automotive Mobility (AAM) for Your Clients
Developed by Allied Health Professionals FOR Allied Health Professionals, and featuring five real-life case studies, this course will provide a unique perspective on auto mobility solutions in the real world. See below for upcoming FREE in-person events in your area or register here for the FREE online version.
This introductory level continuing education course contains a range of topics pertaining to personal automotive mobility solutions. It will assist the allied health care practitioner in understanding and advocating for individuals seeking automotive vehicle modification solutions, while also teaching practitioners about the unique process involved in evaluating, selecting and purchasing appropriate automotive mobility options.
- Overview of the Importance of Mobility and Related Services
- Automotive Mobility Industry Overview
- Diagnosis, Assessment and Automotive Solutions
- Case Studies
- Working with Mobility Equipment Dealers
- Resource Review
- Dealer Locator Learning Activity
- CEU Test and Certificate of Completion (AOTA, ADED, CCMC)
Learning Objectives and Outcomes:
- (coming soon)
Continuing Education Provider: NMEDA
Target Audience: OT, OTA, PT, PTA, Case Managers, ATP, Students and Other Health Professionals
AOTA Classification Code: Category 2 Occupational Therapy Process
Education Level: Introductory
National Accreditations: AOTA (.3 CEU), ADED (3 CEH), CCMC (3 CEH), COPSKT (3 CEH). RESNA CEUs available by individual request.
The provider (NMEDA) reserves the right to cancel the course due to unforeseen/unavoidable circumstances at any time. Any registration fees will be refunded in full. However, NMEDA will not be responsible for non-refundable airline or hotel reservations that a participant may incur due to cancellation of the course. NMEDA reserves the right to change a course date, location, or instructor.
With this in mind, we recommend that you include a cancellation clause when booking your flight or hotel reservations, or refrain from making the reservations until one week prior to the scheduled training.