ACRC Webinar -- Trauma-Informed Occupational Therapy: What is it, Why does your program need it, and How does it get funded?

  • 10 Oct 2023
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Webinar


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Join us for an ACRC Webinar!

Occupational Therapy:

 is it, Why does your program need it, and How does it get funded?

Tuesday, October 10, 2023
1 - 2:30 p.m. CST

This webinar will provide an overview of the role and value of mental health occupational therapy (OT) in working with youth and families involved in residential placements, many who have or may have experienced trauma. OT assessments and modalities reviewed include: sensory modulation, sensory room / environment development, and cognitive functional performance. Various OT models of service delivery in residential and home-based programs will be presented, and possible funding options for newly developed OT services examined.

Presented by:

Jane Musgrave, MSOT, OTR/L
President & Founder, Just Good Sense

Ms. Musgrave is the president and founder of Just Good Sense, an Occupational Therapy consultation company. She conducts workshops and provides consultation at state and national levels in Occupational Therapy, Sensory Modulation assessments and techniques, and the development of sensory programs and environments in hospital, residential and group settings, and family homes. She is the author of articles in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy and American Journal of Psychiatry. She is a consultant for the National Building Bridges Initiative, and a faculty member of the National Center for Trauma Informed Care. For 20 years she was the Director of Rehabilitation at Taunton State Hospital. In 2013, Jane received a Commonwealth of Massachusetts Citation for Outstanding Performance Recognition Award for her work in restraint and seclusion prevention.
She is the creator of Nigel the Weighted Polar Bear, and author of
The Nigel Story: Calming and Coping Through the Senses  and Nigel’s Nose knows the Scenes:  A Story about Friendship and the Power of Smell for Calming and Coping. Ms. Musgrave completed her MS degree at Tufts University in Occupational Therapy and BS from Northeastern University in Recreational Therapy. 

Registration Rates:

Free to ACRC Members / $50 Non-Members