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Neurological Education

ATRI Online Ed Information



$59 – 1-hour course

$84 – 1.5-hour course

$109 – 2-hour course

$159 – 3-hour course

$199 – 4-hour course

$275 – 6-hour course

$325 - 7-hour course

$375 – 8-hour course

$695 – Specialty Certificate Program (for Course Numbers 1611, 2237, 2311, 2318, 2319 only)


Once you have accessed the online course there is no refund available. If you cancel in writing within 3 months of purchase and have not accessed the course there is a 75% refund. This cancellation policy applies for all ATRI Online Education. Any cancellation policy you may see in the online registration process does not apply to ATRI Online Education.


No preparation is required for the courses. You may take time to review or ‘fast forward’ during the course.



How it works:

After you click below to register and pay for a course:

Your information will be sent to Linda Scott, who will register you on the Online Ed website and e-mail you your username, password and the link for your course. Linda’s e-mail is


After you begin taking the course:

You will be able to download and print the course handouts and materials as well as watch the course on your computer.

ATRI faculty members are often available for email questions after the course is completed. You will find their contact information in the course proceedings.



Neurological Course Information

1509 – Improving SCI High Quad Function

Beginner / 3-hour Workshop


Faculty: Adam Wilson, CTRS, CBIS


COURSE DESCRIPTION: Discuss the functional levels of a person with High Quadraplegia, including the different levels of injury and the muscles associated with that movement. Describe contraindications for the person with High Quadraplegia and provide in-depth education on Spinal Cord Injury. This course explains the role of the Recreation Therapist with a person with High Quadraplegia.



  • List assessment tools and procedures that help determine functional outcomes.
  • Examine Recreational Therapy roles and priorities with each level of injury.
  • Describe expected functional outcomes of persons with various levels of injury.