Hand In Mind

AOTA approved provider information

This is the CEU information for Everyday Anatomy: A Clinical Guide, Reference, and Interactive Workbook

INSTRUCTOR: Sheri E. Roberts, OTR/L, CHT 000818. Sheri@handinmind.com

Approved Provider Statement. 

Hand in Mind, LLC is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development. Course approval ID# 4969. This distance learning independent activity is offered at 0.9 CEUs, intermediate. Foundational knowledge. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.

The Table of Contents/Agenda/Outline can be found under sample pages/book description

There is a 6-month allowance for the completion of PD.  Please contact sheri@handinmind for extensions if needed


Objectives for Everyday Anatomy, A Clinical Guide
• Identify/label key bony structures in the hand and upper extremity
• Identify common fractures of the hand and wrist
• Recognize the various types of joints in the hand and upper extremity
• Recognize the physiology needed/involved for movement and function of the joint system within the body
• Identify key anatomical structures in the shoulder, elbow, and wrist
• Identify key anatomical structures from deep to superficial in the hand
• Identify and position the muscles in layers from deep to superficial on the hand, shoulder, and forearm
• Identify and connect the origins and insertions of the muscles of the forearm
• Recognize common conditions and pathologies that are specific to the shoulder, elbow, and wrist
• Identify and label key structures in the brachial plexus and recognize common syndromes and lesions
• Identify/list nerve-to-muscle orientation in proper order for the radial, median, and ulnar nerves
• Identify and place in order compression sites and injuries or conditions along the course of the relative median, radial, or ulnar nerves
• Identify and place in order the differences between high and low palsies in the ulnar, radial, and median nerves
• Identify and label cutaneous and dermatomal sensory patterns
• Identify the sensory boundaries, variations, and anomalies in the ulnar, radial, and median nerves
• Recognize and identify key concepts in nerve recovery
• Identify the basic principles and theory of how the body responds to pain
• Identify the key anatomical structures comprising the carpal tunnel and recognize the relationship occupation has to carpal tunnel syndrome
• Identify and label, or place according to location, common conditions of the skin relative to the location of the hand and wrist
• Identify and recognize the basic stages of wound healing
• Recognize key components and considerations in addressing conditions involving the fascia
• Identify basic mechanisms that contribute to the system of proprioception
• Identify and recognize the function of the various receptor nerve fibers and mechanoreceptors
• Identify and recognize the process that contributes to the destabilization of joints in the hand
• Recognize the four types of anastomoses in the hand and forearm
• Identify and recognize movement mechanics, and label the components of the extensor mechanism


Policies and Disclosures
Cancellation of courses by the provider, Hand in Mind
Hand in Mind reserves the right to cancel the course(s) that are offered via the web, distance learning, or live presentations. Hand in Mind is not responsible for individual costs incurred due to course cancellation.
Customer service
If you have an issue of concern regarding your learning experience as a student, or communicating or interacting with the instructor, or regarding content presented, please use the contact section of the website handinmind.com to inform us of your concern.
Privacy policy
Neither Denoyer-Geppert Science Company nor Hand in Mind will sell, distribute, mass mail, or otherwise share any contact or personal information you have provided to us with any outside entity without your express written or verbal permission. Furthermore, information gathered for the purpose of providing continuing education information will be kept private on the premises of Hand in Mind for the duration of seven years, at which time the information will be shredded. You may request your stored information at any time via our contact section at handinmind.com.
Certificates & answer sheets
The certificate of completion will be sent electronically via email. The Zip Grade bubble answer sheet will be sent via text. Please be sure to provide a cellular vs. landline number.
ADA access
Please contact this provider via the contact section of handinmind.com requesting accommodations needed for completing this distance learning activity. Every effort will be made to provide accommodations within reason of the specific learning environment and the chosen study.
Return policy
This book may only be returned unopened in its original packaging, with no disturbance or usage of any of the games or activities. Return will be at the expense of the buyer. The adjusted price of the book will be refunded once its condition is deemed satisfactory by Hand in Mind.
Disclosure statement
Products relating to the company Hand in Mind, to which this author has sole ownership, are endorsed and demonstrated throughout the book. The inclusion of products is for demonstration and to maximize the learning experience.


A score of 80% is required to pass the test. If you score less than 80% you may retake the test for a fee of $25.
Please contact Hand in Mind at the physical address listed above or any of the electronic addresses: Sheri@handinmind com or hand in mind.com/contact us section.

Completed PD
you may scan and email your completed evaluation, and post-test to the above email or send the form via mail (address provided in the book)

The continuing education process and administration is autonomous from Denoyer-Geppert Science Company and is monitored and completed exclusively by handinmind com.
Learning outcomes are assessed via multiple-choice post-activity examination.
Instructional methods: This is a distance learning activity that employs instructional methods that include, but are not limited to, self-paced reading, drawing tasks, and assimilation of knowledge through games and videos. and interactive activities such as layering the muscles on anatomical templates, tracing the nerve paths, drawing muscles origins to insertions, matching conditions and diagnosis with cards and anatomical markers, gross manipulation and reinforced learning with threads, blocks, and manipulative objects, and coloring sensory pathways.

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