Webinar: Assistive Technology (AT) for Medication Management

Date: June 6, 2019
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET

Program Description

medication bottleOften a critical skill needed for living independently and maintaining health is the ability to effectively manage medications. This webinar explores available Assistive Technology (AT) devices designed to improve safety and independence for persons with disabilities and seniors to manage their meds . The presenter will outline common challenges with medication management and review numerous available and affordable AT solutions for persons of all ages, needs and abilities.

At the end of this presentation participants will be able to:

  • Identify common challenges with medication management that may impact independent living
  • Identify more than ten AT solutions for medication management challenges
  • Identify available funding sources for AT devices

Presenter

Christine Martin, MS, OTR/L, CBIS – is the Clinical Care Coordinator with Maine Center for Integrated Rehabilitation. Christine is a frequent presenter on Assistive Technology  and the impact of AT on the lives of individuals with disabilities.

Registration

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

How to Access this Webinar

Please see directions for how to use the Zoom Webinar system including the accessibility features.

Certificates of Attendance/Continuing Educational Units

There will be a program evaluation form and Certificates of Attendance will be sent (via e-mail) to those who have completed the evaluation form.

Accommodation

CART captioning is provided for all Maine CITE webinar. If you need an additional accommodation to participate in this webinar, please contact Maine CITE Program via e-mail at info@mainecite.org or by calling 207-621-3195

Resources

  • Recorded archive of this webinar (coming soon)
  • Handout for this webinar – MS-Word (coming soon)

Photo credit: Image acquired from Pixabay, free for commercial use.

rev: 5/9/2019