Ethics and Professional Responsibility for School Based Physical Therapists/Assistants

This course meets the 2-hour ethics and professional responsibility CE requirement for license renewal purposes for Texas Physical Therapists/Assistants. Emphasis will be on pediatric issues and specific situations that occur in the school setting. Definition of terms,  an overview of applicable laws and professional standards and methods of ethical decision making will be included. Course participation includes reviewing content, completing activities and short quizzes. In order to receive continuing education credit, participants must spend 2.25 hours in the course and complete the required components.

This course is archived with no immediate plans for an update. The course remains visible to allow participants access to their certificates of completion.

Assistive Technology for Students with Visual Impairments

Special Education

This course serves as a primer, for both veteran and newly certified teachers, whose students use assistive technology in the classroom. Technology changes rapidly, so keeping abreast of current assistive technology to meet the specific needs of a student is an ongoing challenge. Reviewing classifications of assistive technologies, both low and high tech, and how they may best serve the student, are the primary goals of this course. In addition, it features legislative background and federal funding for assistive technology. This, along with a robust resource list, makes this an invaluable tool for the VI teacher.

Staff members from districts participating in the Region 10 ESC Title II co-op may take this course for free.

CPE Credits: 3

Non-member cost: $30.00

**This course is currently undergoing a review and update of content and is unavailable for new enrollees.