Allied Team Training for Parkinson's (ATTP®)
October 17-20, 2018
Course Description: (scroll to end of page for FAQs)
The Allied Health Team Training for Parkinson’s Disease (ATTP) is a 3.5 day (Wed.-Sat.) on site course designed by the Parkinson's Foundation to increase knowledge about Parkinson’s disease and build capacity for comprehensive inter professional care in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. Prior to the course each registrant will complete three online preparatory modules, which include an overview of Parkinson’s disease, interdisciplinary care teams, and neuropsychiatric symptoms and management.
At the conclusion of this activity, you should be able to accomplish the following:
o Design, review and modify a
patient/family specific treatment plan
o Participate effectively as an interdisciplinary or interprofessional team member
o Identify challenges associated with Parkinson’s disease and side effects of the medication
o Discuss how to support a person with Parkinson’s disease and their care partners in self-management
o List key characteristics of early, middle and late stage Parkinson’s disease
o Describe the unique and complementary role of each discipline in your care team
o Identify strategies for building inter professional networks and community partnerships
(Learning objectives apply to all professions in the target audience.)
The course is intended
for neurologists, physician’s assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, physical
therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and
social workers who are interested in education about management of medications
and care challenges in Parkinson’s disease. State of the art care can make the
difference between satisfaction and despair for people with Parkinson’s (PwP),
caregivers and the staff providing the care. The faculty consists of an
interdisciplinary faculty of PF senior movement disorder specialists.
Accreditation Statement for listed disciplines (opens in a new window)
Program Agenda (opens in a new window)
Travel Recommendations (air and hotel):
Arrival airport – Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta
International Airport (ATL)
Plan to arrive on the Tuesday evening of October 16th to begin at 8:00 am on Wednesday, October 17th.
Plan to depart on October 20th AFTER 2:00 pm.
This will allow time to get to the airport after the training end time. The sessions in the last day are vital in learning how to collectively create a plan to bring the program learning back to your specific workplace. Early departure will also affect continuing education hours and certification of completion from the Parkinson's Foundation.
Please do not make air
travel plans until you've received an acceptance letter via email. Letters are
emailed within 5 business days (or sooner if closer to the program date). If
you have not received acceptance confirmation within the 5 days, please first
check your spam/junk folder as your facility I.T. system software may have blocked the communication. If you don't find it, email Denise Beran.
Hotel: (The training site will be at the hotel.)
The hotel information and room block discount rate code will be provided in your acceptance letter to attend (approximately $189/nt. plus applicable taxes).
Registration rates include all sessions, course materials, breakfast snack, lunch and breaks.
Registration Fee: $500 USD (per person)
Teams of 3 or more: $450.00 USD (per person)
MD Fellows: Complimentary
Students: Complimentary *
(*NOTE: up to 2 students per listed profession and must be fully matriculated in the professions listed)
If you are unable to complete the electronic application online, an ATTP paper application form is available to download and print for faxing or mailing:
ATTP Atlanta Paper Application
Please email Denise Beran or call 305-537-9928 should you have any questions.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions):
- When is payment due
for this course?
There is no payment due at the time of your application. After you've received a letter of acceptance to attend, you must confirm your attendance with your registration payment on PF payment web page, a link which will be provided in your emailed acceptance letter. Payment may be made online via credit card.
Note: If a check payment will be mailed by you or your facility, please use the link provided in your emailed acceptance letter to download the paper payment form to provide with your check. This form may also be used if your facility is providing a single team payment whether via check or a single credit card payment. (See "How do I pay for my team" below.)
If extra time is needed due to your facility payment system, please email Denise Beran or call 305-537-9938 to make payment arrangements with your facility's accounting department. Payment must be completed prior to attendance unless other payment arrangements have been confirmed in writing.
- Does my team have to
apply at the same time in order to receive the team rate?
NO! Each person must apply individually whether you're with a team or not. There is a "yes/no" question on the application to ask if you're attending with a team or not.
- How do I pay for my
Each applicant will receive a 4-digit code in their acceptance letter. Please download the payment paper form using the page link which will be provided your acceptance letter. You may register your team member names, their 4-digit codes and payment on the form to submit with your facility check or credit card payment.
- What if I answered
that I'm attending as an individual and then our facility sends additional
people to qualify for the team rate?
The Parkinson’s Foundation will refund the difference to any individual who paid the full price when other team members confirm their registration with payment. Please email Denise Beran or call 305-537-9938.
- What if we pay the
team rate for 3 and then 1 of our team must cancel?
The rate difference will be adjusted accordingly.
Cancellations: (please notify us immediately!)
- What if I need to
cancel before payment?
Once you receive an acceptance letter to attend, your seat is now reserved and will be held until we are notified by you or if your registration payment is not completed before the maximum due date. ATTP has limited seating and a waiting list is created when we reach capacity. If you must cancel, please kindly to let us know immediately so we have time to notify another professional on the waiting list who may need to make travel plans.
- What if I need to
cancel after I've paid?
Cancelation for a paid registration will be refunded in full until October 5th, 2018. Please allow up to 30 days to process the cancelation. Cancelations after October 5th will not be refunded and will be considered as a donation of support for the Parkinson’s Foundation. A donation tax receipt will be provided.
- What if I have more
Please email Denise Beran or call 305-537-9938.
This activity has
received institutional financial support from (TBA).
This activity is supported by an educational grant from (TBA).