This free online course teaches therapists how to ensure they can offer the best standard of care when restoring therapy services post COVID-19.
How does it work?
You'll be able to read, watch and listen to multimedia and interactive resources. You'll then attend a 1 hour webinar on Thursday 25 February 2021 at 12.30 (or watch it recorded) to discuss what you have learnt, the challenges and solutions. You'll then take an assessment (multiple choice quiz) to demonstrate what you've learnt.
You can log in at any time to this self-directed learning to work through the learning course and assessment at a pace that suits you.
A certificate and digital badge are available to download once you have passed the assessment which gives 3 CPD points.
The course, webinar and assessment should take a minimum of 3 hours to complete. The 3 hours is split between the initial presentation, the additional learning/resources and the webinar. Each of these takes approximately 1 hour. If you fully engage with all the supporting resources and guidance it will take longer.
What will participants learn?
The course focuses on the following areas:
- understanding the wide-ranging effects of lockdown
- awareness of the resources available to support individuals recovering from COVID-19
- awareness of available guidance for people with Parkinson’s regarding COVID-19
- awareness of the things to consider when deciding whether to offer remote or face-to-face consultations
- understanding how to challenge sedentary behaviour
These will enable participants to:
- recognise and appreciate the impact of COVID-19
- examine the challenges ahead
- restore and reset services ensuring they can offer the best standard of care
- decide how to measure outcomes
Participants will finish the course with a good overview of the impact of COVID-19 and the knowledge to support resetting therapy services offering the best standard of care.
Who is the course for?
All therapists and members of the multidisciplinary team interested in how to restore and reset therapy services post COVID-19.