Fostering Patient Compliance While At Home CEU Course

Dr. Steven L. Wolf, Ph.D., PT, FAPTA, FASNR, best known for his involvement in the development of constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT), and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for Saebo, brings to you the knowledge of how to foster patient compliance while at home.  

This introductory CEU course is intended for medical professionals (e.g. OT/OTA, PT/PTA, Physicians, Orthotists) directly related to the rehabilitation of a patient or client.  To participate in this CEU and receive credit, the participant must be a licensed, treating clinician.


  • Discuss the home treatment environment as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic and if telerehabilitation is temporary or permanent 
  • Visit the role of new information on outcome expectations 
  • Define the importance of care partners in promoting improvement 
  • Discuss how therapists continually “challenge” our patients 
  • Examine telerehabilitation as an asset and necessity 
  • Provide pre-recorded Q&A from the audience about this topic 


  • Introduction of Dr. Steven L. Wolf by Henry Hoffman, MOT, OTR/L, co-founder of Saebo 
  • Review of Objectives 
  • Telerehabilitation and its longevity and use  
  • Various types of information obtained from visual analysis 
  • Care partner involvement in the intervention/rehab process 
  • Ways to use goals, observation, and documentation for progression and challenge of our clients
  • Emerging technology areas for telerehabilitation
  • Evidence-based trends over the last three decades for telerehabilitation
  • How changes in therapy intervention and work environment supports the use of telerehabilitation 
  • Pre-recorded question and answer 
Cancellation: If Saebo decides to cancel this course, for whatever reason, a notification will be sent to the original email used for participation in this course. If the participant would like to cancel their participation, please provide a short email to [email protected] and you will be removed from the course.
ADA/Special-Needs requirements: Please provide special accommodation requests via email to [email protected] explaining what you require to participate in the course(s) of your choosing.  We will do our best to accommodate you if given a substantial amount of time prior to participation.

Excellent presentation! Took a lot from this course!


Wonderful session! Definitely something that will help my patients. The improvement in patients in the case studies speaks for itself.

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