Includes reproducible documentation forms and patient resources, plus the opportunity to earn continuing education credits.
Child abuse and neglect are major public health concerns of ever-increasing scope and severity. Physical therapists must recognize that at least a portion of their pediatric patients experience physical, emotional, or sexual abuse or neglect, and should be alert to the signs. APTA’s guidelines, updated this year, give you needed background on the issue and the role that physical therapists have in identifying, treating and advocating for children who are abused. Plus, earn .2 CEU when you take and submit the related exam in the back of the booklet.
Patient/Client Management, Policies/Positions/Guidelines, Continuing Education