Standing, when chosen as a therapeutic intervention, should be based on both evidence-based medicine (EBM) and clinical reasoning to help support and justify standing programs. This course includes a review and discussion of available evidence that supports rationale and benefits of standing for those with disabilities and explores reasons both for and against using evidence-based medicine to guide development of standing program parameters.
PT, DPT @White Bear Lake Schools
Mary Miles, PT, DPT has over 30 years of experience as a pediatric PT. She is currently working with children and their families in birth to three in White Bear Lake schools. Mary has presented educational standing and positioning courses for Altimate Medical. Mary has also written for different rehab publications over the years supporting the health benefits of standing young children through adulthood.
Stephenie Labandz, PT, DPT
Stephenie Labandz received her MPT degree in 2002 and her DPT degree in 2009, both from the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, MN. Her primary professional interests are neurological rehabilitation and assistive technology. She currently serves the children and families of Robbinsdale Area Schools through their Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education programs.
Course Credit information:
1 Contact Hour course
Must complete post-course survey/quiz to receive CEU certificate
The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology Continuing Education (RSTCE) is certifying the educational contact hours of this program and by doing so is in no way endorsing any specific content, company, or product. The information presented in this program may represent only a sample of appropriate interventions). Each person should claim only those hours of credit that they actually spent in the educational activity.
.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be awarded to individuals for attending 1 hours of instruction.
Slide Presentation Link: Standing and Evidence-based Medicine Slides