OhioHealth Delay the Disease™: Evidence-based Concepts for Planning and Implementing a Community-Based Parkinson’s Specific Exercise Class
The following CE courses are designed for PT’s, OT’s and AT’s. RN’s may apply credit hours for license renewal. These CE courses have education, exercise, and energy. This seminar will give you an introduction to OhioHealth Delay the Disease. All courses are 10 CEU’s and are taught by Jackie Russell, RN, BSN, CNOR, Leslie Wolf, PT, DPT, NCS and David Zid, BA, ACE, APG.
Continuing education is provided for the following disciplines:
- Ohio Physical Therapy (10.5 contact hours)
- Ohio Occupational Therapy (10.5 contact hours)
- Ohio Athletic Trainer (10 contact hours)
- OhioHealth Associates: $125
- Non-Associate Early Bird Pricing: $250
- Non-Associate Pricing: $295
2017 CE Course Offerings
Each of our two-day CE courses are conducted at:
OhioHealth Bing Cancer Center
500 Thomas Lane; Lower Level, Classrooms A and B
Columbus, Ohio 43214
For each date listed below, the session start/end times are as follows:
- Friday: 12:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
- Saturday: 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Choose a date below and register for our CE course:
Friday, February 17 and Saturday, February 18
Friday, April 14 and Saturday, April 15
Friday, June 23 and Saturday, June 24
Friday, September 1 and Saturday, September 2
Friday, December 1 and Saturday, December 2
Host a Parkinson's CE Course
Healthcare professionals interested in becoming Parkinson’s – specific can attend a continuing education course provided by Delay the Disease. 10 continuing education credits are approved for PT through the Ohio Board (OPTA) and for OT/RN/Trainers through the Ohio Board (OTPTAT). Currently this course is offered in Columbus, OH. Find out how your institution/university/organization can host this course in your area simply by contacting us at email@example.com
The course is entitled “Evidenced-Based Concepts for Planning and Implementing a Parkinson’s-Specific Community Exercise Class using the Delay the Disease Parkinson’s Fitness Program”. Instructors include Jackie Russell, David Zid, and a Physical Therapist that has specialized instruction in Movement Disorder/Parkinson’s Disease pathophysiology.
It will provide evidenced-based updates on the effects of exercise and physical therapy on the symptomatic management of Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Each participant will be able to integrate this knowledge along with teaching techniques to create and lead a comprehensive community-based PD-specific exercise program based on the Delay the Disease fitness agenda. The participants will select appropriate assessment tools -outcome measures for the evaluation of people living with PD. They will understand the importance of motivation, enthusiasm, optimism and methods of teaching. These methods will be used to design a fitness agenda to treat a specific symptom related to PD. Ultimately, each participant will acquire knowledge to successfully create and implement an interdisciplinary exercise and wellness program for people with PD.
For more information on hosting a Parkinson's CE Course, please contact us at (614) 566.1189. Please also be sure to review our CE course requirements.