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This module focuses on increasing access, participation, and engagement through adapting activities and routines. Participants will identify their activities and routines and apply tools available to assess activities and routines. Additionally, participants will apply tools that support generating ideas for a variety of adaptations. Participants will be able to identify different ideas for adaptations that support access and participation throughout daily activities and routines.

Estimated Time to Complete: 1 1/2 hours

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify tools to understand routines and activities
  • Determine a process for identifying adaptations
  • Apply a plan for adaptations
  • Identify resources for adaptations
  • Identify different types of adaptations

Author and Presenter:

Philippa Campbell, Ph.D. is an Occupational Therapist who was formerly Professor, Occupational Therapy Department, Jefferson College of Rehabilitation Sciences and currently serves as a collaborator within the Center for Outcomes and Measurement. She is self-employed and provides consultation and contract services to a number of states, colleges, universities, and public health corporations with an emphasis on inclusion, early intervention for high need infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, and family-centered intervention approaches. Over a more than 30-year career, Dr. Campbell has conducted numerous studies and published articles and books related to teaching (e.g., coaching) families, participation and inclusion of children in home, school, and community settings, and use of adaptation and assistive technology interventions with a special emphasis on children with significant and complex needs.

This module has received the Ohio Approved (OA) designation.