CEUL090475 - Recommending Work Modifications

Offered By
WorkWell Prevention And Care

306 W. Michigan St., Suite 301
Duluth, MN  55802  USA

Course Description:

Research shows that work rehabilitation programs are optimized with an early or modified return to work approach to care. This program is designed to enhance clinician skills in making return to work recommendations by translating general ergonomics principles to a specific worker situation and generating viable options to bridge work performance gaps.

Learning Objectives:
At the end of the training, participants will be able to-
1.   Summarize the role of the therapist in the Reasonable Accommodation process.
2.   Develop a summary of worker limitations using a physical dimensions approach, based on job information, functional testing and using worker interview.
3.   Develop options for work modification using a physical dimensions approach.
   Outline Content Areas   Learning Method/content

15 Min   Definitions/Background   Power point
15 Min   Reasonable Accommodation   Power point
Min   Understanding Worker Limitations   Power point, Group activities/discussion, Q & A
30 Min   Options for work modification   Power point, Q&A

Equipment: None specific to training.

Course Dates To Be Offered:

Apr 12, 2022 to Apr 12, 2022 | Virtual Live (in Person) XX
Aug 18, 2022 to Aug 18, 2022 | Virtual Live (in Person) XX
Dec 6, 2022 to Dec 6, 2022 | Virtual Live (in Person) XX


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