LCP 4: Medical and Psychological Aspects of Life Care Planning with Amputations

Medical and Psychological Aspects of Life Care Planning with Amputations

About

This online course identifies the most up to date resources for remaining current on the medical and psychological consequences of amputation. The primary focus is on the long-term consequences of the various types of amputation and the combined effects of age and disability requiring phase changes in the life care planning process. The impact of multiple amputation and the unique approaches made necessary by infant onset of amputation are also covered. Pediatric versus adult amputation and the differences in prosthetic considerations are also covered.

Register

Click here to register for this course with the Institute of Rehabilitation Education and Training. Once you register, you will be able to enroll in the Life Care Planning Program through the course catalog.

Tuition

Cost: 600 US/ 780.39 CAN