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Annual Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference

In this annual conference, a series of lectures will provide a solid foundation for therapists (OT, OTA, PT, PTA) entering practice in the critical care environment. Learners will review the purpose and benefits of beginning rehab intervention early in a patient’s critical care stay, how to prepare to approach the patient with awareness of medical, cognitive, and functional concerns as well as strategies to provide therapeutic intervention safely. Learners will review the approach to early rehabilitation in different patient populations. Attendees will learn about the importance of fostering a culture of mobility and how to determine the right patients and timing for treatment to have the biggest impact. The OT and PT disciplines will have the opportunity to discuss treatment considerations individually as well as coming together with strategies for collaboration. Collaboration with multi-disciplinary teams is also discussed.

This course is intended for Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Occupational Therapy students, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants, and Physical Therapy students.

For more information about our Rehab Department, please visit:

CEUs will be available, approved by APTA Michigan, and qualifies for NBCOT CEUs. Please check with your state licensing body to determine if courses approved by APTA MI are eligible for CEUs in your state.

Up to 22.5 CEUs 

VIRTUAL EVENT: OnDemand & Synchronous Webinars Available


We have recorded our 2022 APTA CSM Educational Session 

"Buy-in, Competency, Expansion, Oh My! Standardized Implementation Protocol for Rehab in the ICU".
Please use this private URL to view if interested.  

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