​​​​​​​Making Connections

​University of Findlay's Occupational Therapy Continuing Education Series 

Operation Street Smart

In Collaboration with Franklin County Sheriff's Office

Friday, Sept. 6

Noon - 4 p.m. | Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.

  • ​Free Training

  • 3.75 CEUs for Social Work, Counseling and Occupational Therapy

  • Event goal: To provide current and up-to-date narcotics information on trends, terminology, paraphernalia and psychological effects to those individuals who deal with today's youth on a daily basis. ​

​​​Register by emailing [email protected]


Location:

Alumni Memorial Union
164 Frazer Street


For more information call 419-434-6936 or email [email protected].​​​


Taking the Fear out of Fieldwork: 

​The Creation and Benefits of a Student Fieldwork Manual​

Thursday, Nov. 7

5:30 - 7:30 p.m. | Registration starts at 5 p.m.


  • 2 CEUs 
  • $30 for area clinicians, 
  • $15 for current UF students
  • Free to University of Findlay fieldwork educators (must have supervised a level 2 student within the past two years)
  • Attendees will learn the benefits of having a student fieldwork manual, what should be included and the resources needed for creating a site specific manual. Participants will leave the session with a flash drive including sample documents to be included in the manual.  ​

 


Featured Speaker:

 

Heather Coalt, OTD, MOT, OTR/L

The University of Findlay

Occupational Therapy Program

Instructor/Academic Fieldwork Coordinator


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Location:

Brewer Center for Health Sciences, Room 113

340 College Street

Findlay, Ohio​​



For more information call 419-434-6936 or email [email protected].​​​





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Featured Speaker: 
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