Acquired Brain Injury and Concussion Syndrome




When: Online on Wednesdays at 10.30am US EST for 90 minutes. (July 22 – Aug 26, 2020)

Description: This 6-session online course will cover the nuts and bolts of brain injury from theory, current research to possibilities for assessment as well as intervention ideas. It is theory, but it is also practical in application and relates to occupational function. We will discuss top down accommodation strategies for executive functioning, as well as bottom up interventions that really work. This is a devastating diagnosis in any person’s life and we will share multiple cases that we have worked with over the past 20 years that will inspire and provide new energy for clients who continue to struggle towards independence and/or partial independence. The track course on Dyspraxia (recorded) will be a good compliment to this live course.

Outline / Agenda: (Online on Wednesdays at 10.30am US EST for 90 minutes.)
July 22, 2020:   Theory and Neuro-Anatomy
July 29, 2020:   Concussion Syndrome
Aug 05, 2020:   Understanding Seizures and complications thereof
Aug 12, 2020:   Executive Functions
Aug 19, 2020:   Assessment
Aug 26, 2020:   Intervention, guidelines, practical ideas

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the impact of brain injury in terms of at least 3 diagnostic categories
  • Identify at least 4 core issues related to concussion syndrome that differentiates from obtaining a diagnosis of acquired brain injury
  • Consider the impact of ongoing seizure activity on occupational function
  • Identify at least 3 strategies for 10 different executive functions impacted by brain injury
  • Consider the bottom up approach to assessment to avoid too many unnecessary compensation strategies in lieu of adaptive functioning
  • List at least 10 different intervention possibilities based on a bottom-up approach to intervention

AOTA Classification Codes:

Domain of OT:
Occupations: Activities of Daily Living, Rest / Sleep, Education, Work, Play, Leisure, Social
Performance Skills: Motor, Process, Social Interaction Skills

Occupational Therapy Process:
Activity Demands
Approaches to Intervention

Certificate of attendance will be provided

Provider Name:
Maude Le Roux Academy
9 Lacrue Ave, Suite 103, Glen Mills, PA 19342
Phone: 484 840 1529
Fax: 484 840 1560

Speaker: Maude Le Roux OTR/L, IMC, SIPT, CTC, DIR-FT International Trainer

Special Needs Accommodation: We invite anyone who may need a specific accommodation to contact and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. We do provide online PowerPoint for download should you require larger print and we do wear specialized headphones to best accommodate for a clear audio message.

Course Completion Requirement: Please note that you will not receive contact hours for sessions where you were absent. To receive your certificate upon completion, which includes Contact Hours, you must complete the course evaluation feedback form as well as the written assessment and video clinical observation presentation.

Cancellation policy: Payment is due in full with registration through PayPal and there is a non-refundable cancellation fee of $25 at any time. If the course participant cancels within 30 days prior to the course starting date, the reimbursement would be 75% and within 2 weeks of the course; reimbursement would be calculated at 50%. Please contact  If the course should be cancelled by the Maude Le Roux Academy, each course participant will be contacted via e-mail notification to announce rescheduled dates or when reimbursement would be issued if not able to reschedule.

Maude and Charl Le Roux own the Maude Le Roux Academy and thus the proceeds of this course will cover operational expenses as well as provide income for Maude and Charl Le Roux.

Additional information

Course Type:



Online on Wednesdays at 10.30am US EST for 90 minutes.

Target Audience:

Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Nurse practitioners, educators, social workers, parents

Educational Level:




Number of participants:


Instructional Methods:

PowerPoint, Video, Case Presentation


A feedback form will be forwarded to the course participant after the written assessment has been reviewed and once completed a certificate will follow through electronic mail.

Contact Hours:

9 hours




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