FRI 10 APRIL // 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT
Ep 8: LIH Healthcare, China
Telehealth and Psychosocial Crisis Intervention for Patients, Family and Staff in Physical-Social Isolation due to the COVID-19
Guest Speaker: Fengyi Kuo, DHS, OTR, CPRP, Chief Therapy Officer, LIH Healthcare
“It’s like learning from someone from the future”
—John Dzivak, PtPal, ACRM Pandemic Webinar Series Moderator
MODERATOR: Fofi Constantinidou, PhD, CCC-SLP, CBIS, FACRM, FASHA
Professor of Language Disorders & Clinical Neuropsychology, Center for Applied Neuroscience University of Cyprus
This webinar will discuss lessons learned from addressing psychosocial needs of the community (through the lens of the experience in China) as it relates to the isolation issues with the current COVID-19 epidemic.
Upon completion of the webinar, learners will be able to:
1. Assess mental health needs of stakeholders in physical-social isolation due to COVID-19
2. Understand telehealth program development and adaptations made in response to the pandemic
3. Explain core features of a remote psychosocial crisis intervention program
4. Discuss challenges and opportunities of implementing telehealth for low-resource environments
5. Identify possible social and cultural considerations for remote psychological assistance
GENERAL OBJECTIVE FOR THE WEBINAR SERIES
Identify practice parameters in the provision of rehabilitation services through telehealth.
1:00 – 1:05 PM Introduction and objectives
1:05 – 1:45 PM Presentation
1:45 – 2:00 PM Q & A
ABOUT FENGYI KUO
Fengyi Kuo directs clinical professional development at LIH Healthcare in China. She also volunteers as a consultant for several medical centers and mental health institutes in China.
Her former affiliations include Indiana University School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Riley Child Development Center (RCDC) at Riley Hospital for Children, University of Indianapolis, Gannon University in Pennsylvania, MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and Taipei City Psychiatric Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan.
She has an extensive field experience in mental health recovery and community-based program development. She is the 2013 American Occupational Therapy Foundation (AOTF)’s Community Service and Volunteerism Award recipient to recognize her advocacy and leadership in promoting healthcare access for immigrants and refugees resettled in the United States.
IMPORTANT: To obtain Continuing Education (CE) credit, you are required to SIGN-UP FOR CE prior to or immediately following the live webinar and remit non-refundable payment of $29.00. Additionally, you must personally login to the webinar so that ACRM is able to validate your participation.
Target Audience: Rehabilitation professionals, Occupational Therapy practitioners and other related specialties.
Occupational Therapy: A certificate of attendance for 1.0 contact hours will be provided at the conclusion of this activity
Content Level: Introductory
First Content Focus: Occupational Therapy Process: Intervention
Second Content Focus: Professional Issues: Contemporary Issues and Trends
Course Keywords: International Issues, Psychosocial, Stress Management
Partial credit will not be offered. Requirements for credit include full attendance at the workshop and participation in discussion, completion of course evaluation and post-test.
Questions & Requests
For questions regarding credit, special needs and accommodations, cancellations and other requests, please contact: MariaCecilia.Alpasan@cshs.org or call +1.310.423.5243. For information on grievances related to this workshop, please include the name and date of this workshop and submit the complaint to the contact provided above.
There is no commercial support for this activity. CSMC is offering this course as a co-sponsor with the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. Acknowledgements will be made at the beginning of the educational event.
The following faculty have these relevant financial or non-financial relationships to disclose:
- Fengyi Kuo receives a salary from LIH Healthcare
Participants will receive disclosure information at the beginning of the workshop.
CSMC staff, as part of the planning committee for this workshop, and in its role as an approved provider in this offering, have no relevant financial or non-financial relationships to disclose. American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine is a co-sponsor for this educational activity.
“The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA”.