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Food Allergies and the Role of the Occupational Therapist - OT04

Food Allergies and the Role of the Occupational Therapist

by Andrea Nusinov, OTR/L, MS and Patricia Novak, RD, MPH, CLE
OT04
(4.3 / 155 ratings )

This course is credentialed for:
Occupational Therapy (0.10 AOTA CEU)

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Summary:

Food allergies in children are increasing and pose a challenge to social and educational inclusion. The OT can support the family and child by anticipating the obstacles that present at different developmental stages. Attention must be directed toward maintaining a safe environment when treating children with food allergies through frequent cleaning, label reading and collaboration with the child’s medical team. 

Objectives:

The goal of this continuing education course is to provide the OT with information about food allergies and their potential impact on therapy. After studying the material presented here, you will be able to:
  • Describe the basic facts about food allergies
  • Identify the symptoms and appropriate treatment of an allergic reaction
  • Generate social and educational participation for children with food allergies
  • Identify when a referral to a registered dietitian is necessary due to significant dietary restrictions

Content Level: Intermediate

Content Focus

Domain 1: Client factors: Body functions
Domain 2: Activities of daily living
Process 3: Intervention: Prevention


 
Accreditation Information
 
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Continuing education approved by the American Occupational Therapy Association is accepted for relicensure by the state boards for occupational therapists in: Alaska, Nevada, Arkansas, New Hampshire, Delaware, North Carolina, District of Columbia, Ohio, Illinois, Oregon, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Rhode Island, Maryland, South Carolina, Minnesota, Texas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri, Vermont, Montana & Virginia.

 

Course Originally Released on: 10/31/2013
Date of Most Recent Review: 10/31/2013
Course Termination/Update Date: 10/31/2016

Unless stated above, the planners and authors of this course have declared no relevant conflicts of interest that relate to this educational activity. ContinuingEducation.com guarantees this educational activity is free from bias.

Please see CE Course Instructions to learn how to earn CE credit for this module.

This course completion will be electronically reported to CE Broker as required per Florida Statute 456.025(7). Click here to view your CE Broker transcript and check the status of your CE requirements with a FREE 7-day CE Broker trial subscription. It may take up to 24 hours for the course to appear on your CE Broker transcript.

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Erin B - Clay, KY  ·  Sep 16, 2014
Enjoyed!!! Very informative
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Karla F - CARROLLTON, TX  ·  Aug 17, 2014
Very informative and interesting.
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Cheryl S - Charlotte, NC  ·  Jun 22, 2014
Good information to keep children safe and support parents.
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kari b - havana, ND  ·  Jun 05, 2014
Good information to know and be aware of.
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Maritza C - Jackson Heights , NY  ·  May 31, 2014
It was very informational and educational. Now I know what to do as a role as a COTA when dealing with patients with allergies.
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ONLINE
Price: $19.00
CE-PRO Price: $9.50