Integrative Education Policies

Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be in writing, received three weeks prior to the symposium (February 6). Refunds will not be granted after that date. Eligible refunds will be issued (less a $50 processing fee) following the symposium. No refunds will be granted without written cancellation.  Integrative Education is not responsible for any non-refundable travel plans you make.

 

Integrative Education reserves the right to cancel any course/session with due cause and refund in full. Weather and/or transportation difficulties are not the responsibility of the workshop sponsor, Integrative Education, and failure of a chosen means of transportation is not grounds for tuition refund unless the Symposium/session is cancelled.

Special Accommodations

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Integrative Education will make every effort to honor

 requests for reasonable accommodations.   If special accommodations are required, please contact us at

symposium@integrativeot.org.  

Completion Policy

Notice to participants: In order to qualify for AOTA CEUs, you must attend at least 3 hours of the course (for partial credit), meet at least 2 of the objectives for the course and sign in and out on the sheets provided documenting your attendance at the course. A self-evaluation will be used for learners to determine if they have met the objectives of the course.

Attendance Documentation/CEU

Participants will receive certification of attendance for the number of contact hours attended at the symposium. If additional information is required for specific credit or CEU purposes, contact Integrative Education at least six weeks prior to the Symposium.

Occupational Therapists

Integrative Education is authorized to assign up to 1.8 AOTA CEUs for the “Integrative Education Symposium” on February 27-29, 2020. (Content Focus: Evaluation, Intervention and Outcomes; Mixed Level). The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA or indicate AOTA approval of a certification of other professional recognition.

Notice to participants: In order to qualify for AOTA CEUs, you must attend at least 3 hours of the course (for partial credit), meet at least 2 of the objectives for the course and sign in and out on the sheets provided documenting your attendance at the course. A self-evaluation will be used for learners to determine if they have met the objectives of the course.

Physical Therapists

MN Board of Physical Therapy approved provider status is granted annually.  In 2019, Integrative Education partnering with the RAIR Symposium was an approved provider.  For the 2020 Symposium, provider status is pending approval.

Social Workers

Integrative Education is an approved provider for continuing education credits for social workers through the MN Board of Social Work, sponsor number CEP-1102

Speech-Language Pathologists

Integrative Education is not an ASHA approved provider. However, ASHA-certified therapists may receive contact hours for attendance at non-approved courses that qualify as professional development following submission of course(s) on a "Certification Maintenance Compliance Form". A certificate of CE attendance will be provided by Integrative Education as record of attendance and hours in the event of an audit. Refer to these websites for additional information:

https://www.asha.org/Certification/FactDef/  

https://www.asha.org/certification/SubmitComplianceForm/   

Course Handouts

Course handouts will not be available on site. Registrants will need to print handouts prior to arriving. Handouts will be sent via email 2 weeks prior to the Symposium.