Behavioral Health and Coping During COVID 19: Unintended Consequences -- LIFESPAN FALL SUMMIT (LIVE WEBINAR DATE) -- October 1, 2020

Includes a Live Event on 10/01/2020 at 10:30 AM (EDT)

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    • LifeSpan Member (Per Person) - $55
    • Non-Member (Per Person) - $85

This presentation will focus on behavioral health issues that are increasing due to social isolation from the COVID-19 pandemic.  Caregivers need to stay focused on residents to identify changes in mood due to social isolation quickly.  Rehabilitation has a role in evaluating the physical issues as well as behavioral health issues that are on the rise due to social isolation.  An individualized, person-centered plan is developed by rehabilitation, and education is provided to the staff for keeping residents engaged in meaningful activities to keep them functioning at their highest level and improving quality of life. 


  1. Administrators
  2. Nurses
  3. Social Workers
  4. Assisted Living Managers

CEU- 1.5

  1. Administrator
  2. Social Work
  3. Assisted Living Manager

Fees are per person

LifeSpan Member: $55.00

Nonmember: $85.00

Kathy Adkins OTR/L, CPC-A, RACT-CT, CDP

Director of Quality, RehabCare

Throughout her career, Kathy Adkins OTR/L has practiced Occupational Therapy across the continuum of care including: home health, pediatrics, inpatient rehab, outpatient rehab, pulmonary rehab, mental health and long term care.  In her role as Director of Quality for RehabCare, Kathy co-developed the new Right Path Program on Behavioral Health called Hope Conquers.  She has presented at national and state conferences on a variety of topics including PDPM, documentation, standardized assessments, reimbursement/regulatory issues, mentorship programs, and positioning.  She co-presented on Functional Positioning for the Geriatric patient at the International Seating Symposium in Nashville TN in September of 2014. 

Kathy is on the Advisory Board for the OTA program and an Ambassador for Madisonville Community College.  She serves as a volunteer on the Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association in reimbursement issues. Kathy earned her LSVT Big Certification in 2018, Certified Professional Coder (Apprentice) in 2019, Resident Assessment Coordinator (RACT-CT) in 2019, Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) in 2020.  Kathy is a member of Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association, American Occupational Therapy Association, American Academy of Professional Coders and American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination.  She earned her BS in Occupational Therapy from Baker College.

Leta Kant, PT, RAC-CT, ATP

Director of Quality, RehabCare

Leta Kant, PT has 35 years of clinical and operational experience working with all ages in a variety of settings.  During the past ten years of her career, she has worked exclusively with the geriatric population in skilled nursing facilities. Leta has provided extensive education on Seating & Positioning, Fall and Restraint Management, Neurodevelopment Techniques, and various other clinical topics across the country for RehabCare.  She recently co-developed RehabCare’s comprehensive behavioral health program, training SNF administrative, clinical and support staff members in this important area.  Kathy was an assistive technology director for seven years where she gained extensive experience in wheelchair seating and positioning needs for individuals who utilized both manual and powered mobility.  She co-presented at the 2013 International Seating Symposium and at the APTA Combined Sections in 2014 and 2015.   She has been an active member of the APTA, including the Geriatric Section and a member of RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America). She holds a certification in NDT (Neurodevelopment Treatment) and received her ATP certification (Assistive Technology Practitioner) in 2008.  Leta is a graduate of the University of Tennessee.

An attendance/validation code is required in order to print your certificate. The attendance code is distributed at the end of each webinar. Attendees are required to enter the code before they can print the certificate. 

This program is sponsored by The Beacon Institute. This course is approved for 1.5 continuing education.


This program is approved by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators.

Social Worker

This program is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Worker Examiners for Category 1 Continuing education for social workers in Maryland.

Assisted Living Manger

This educational offering was approved by the Department of Mental Health and Hygiene, Office of Healthcare Quality, State of Maryland for  Assisted Living Managers.

Cancellation Policy

Refunds, minus a $25 processing fee per registrant, will be honored if requested in writing FIVE (5) business days prior to the date of the seminar. 

Cancellation due to State survey, the state Surveyors must actually be in the building in order to receive a refund. To receive a refund due to a Survey, Beacon Institute requires a form to be completed, please contact Annmarie Gordon @ Attendees may send substitutions in their places without prior notification. Additional fees may apply.


Behaviorial Health and Coping During COVID 19: Unintended Consequences -- FALL SUMMIT
10/01/2020 at 10:30 AM (EDT)   |  120 minutes
10/01/2020 at 10:30 AM (EDT)   |  120 minutes
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Certificate--Behavioral Health and Coping During COVID 19: Unintended Consequences
1.50 CEU credits  |  Certificate available
1.50 CEU credits  |  Certificate available