You purchased the Vision 101 for School-based Occupational Therapy Practitioners course!
Thank you—your support means the world to us!
Here’s What You Need to Know:
Access the course
Now that you’ve completed your purchase, you’ll automatically receive two (2) emails containing your receipt and your Vision 101 login information.
You will use the password you selected at Registration. Please KEEP YOUR PASSWORD SOMEPLACE SAFE; you’ll need it in the future.
Now, login here:
https://members.missjaimeot.com/ using your username (not necessarily your email, but whatever you setup) and password. When in doubt, check your welcome email (Subject: **Your Vision 101 Login info).
• • • READ AND SAVE THIS MESSAGE • • •
Print it on paper [CTRL+P] or save as a PDF. Either way, you are most likely going to need this information later. Save your username and password. Bookmark the Login link.
How to get the most out of your course:
Follow these easy steps for success!
- Watch the Welcome video at the top of the course page. (Login deets above!)
- Next, print the post-test—what’s easier than an open book test? Look for the printer image or PRINT IT RIGHT NOW!
- Scroll All the way to the bottom of the page, and download a copy of the Course Workbook. (Why not save all your Extra Resources while you’re there?)
- Read all the info on that page, and then start with the Disclaimer, and move on to Module 1.
You can take this course at your own pace—but remember, you have six (6) months to do it! Take one module a day for a week—but record the answers on your printed post-test as you go along. Then, you’ll have all your answers handy when you go to take the post-test online.
Each module is ~28-43 minutes long. Want to refresh while your six (6) months’ access to the course is still open? You can watch the videos over and over again during your six-month window—even if you take the course post-test assessment!
It’s all yours for SIX MONTHS from your date of purchase!
Still don’t see what you need? Read on… we hope this info is helpful!
Can’t find your emails?
Make sure you check your inbox for the same email address that you entered in our system.
Then, check all the folders—your Spam, Junk, Promotions on Gmail, etc.
Email us here to have it resent! CustomerService@MissJaimeOT.com and be sure to include the email you ordered with AND this is very important: an additional/alternate email to be sure our first response emails can reach you!
How Long Will I Have Access to My Files?
The webinar course will be open for six (6) months from your purchase date (today). The course materials are downloadable (please download on a PC, not mobile). Once you download the files, they’re yours forever!
What about AOTA-approved CEUs?
Watch the course, and take the assessment (link is inside the course).
You must receive a 70% or higher score to receive the 0.45 CEUs or the certificate.
Your certificate will be emailed to you at the email address you used to sign up for the course. Don’t see it in your inbox? Always check your spam, junk, etc.
How can I make it easier to receive emails with order instructions?
Add the following email to your Contacts:
And reach out to us if you need assistance.
Meet The Team
Jaime Spencer is the creator and author of MissJaimeOT.com. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Utica College and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Adelphi University. She is certified in Assistive Technology at California State University Northridge. She has been a school-based Occupational Therapy practitioner for twenty years and currently works in a public school setting with students from Kindergarten to 12th grade.
Robert Constantine is a graduate of the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He has practiced in Pensacola, Florida since 1997. He has previously specialized in TBI in inpatient and outpatient contexts. His interest in improving outcomes lead him to the visual system and the unique chance to work full time in an optometry office. Robert continues to work with the pediatric population treating eye movement and focusing problems as well as visual processing disorders.