Within this page, the term EIM refers to all education companies owned by Evidence In Motion, including Evidence In Motion, International Spine and Pain Institute, KinetaCore and NeuroRecovery Training Institute.

EIM will accommodate any reasonable request to assist our disabled participants in being able to safely participate in any of our courses. To successfully complete any of EIM’s post professional coursework a large variety of cognitive, affective and psychomotor abilities and skills are required. If a student is unable to safely meet the postprofessional curricula requirements, it is the responsibility of the student to request an appropriate accommodation through the EIM Administration Office.

Because of the online nature of our web-based coursework, the student “classroom” is their home or natural environment. It is incumbent on the learner to make the necessary accommodations to allow for maximum performance in the online classroom. Computer recommendations and requirements are outlined below. The online classroom for CE participants consists of primarily asynchronous learning activities, which allows a great deal of flexibility for the participant. Synchronous sessions may be included as part of the preferred learning environment to meet course objectives and will be outlined in the course syllabus. Students are encouraged and reminded to work directly with their online faculty for specific needs in the course such as preferred communication methods (email, new forums, discussion boards, etc), extended time needed for assignments and extended time needed for online quizzes/testing.

EIM onsite live courses are conducted in a variety of facilities (clinics, hotels, etc.) that must meet ADA regulations. Onsite faculty will work with the host location to ensure accessibility of facility and areas where the training will occur. The faculty and learner will work together to develop technique modifications that enable the learner to function within the constraints of their disability. Course lab manuals are printed and issued and onsite courses. Electronic copies are available upon request for individual printing by the student as needed to accommodate their learning preferences. Requests may be sent to courses@eimpt.com.

EIM further defines a qualified individual as one who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity, with record of such impairment and is regarded as having such impairment. EIM recognizes this disability may be temporary or permanent. It is the student’s responsibility to self-disclose any disability and request accommodation. EIM requires the student to provide supporting documentation verifying the existence of the disability and subsequent need for accommodation.

EIM will accommodate any reasonable request to assist our disabled providers in being able to safely participate in any of our courses. To successfully complete any of EIM’s postprofessional coursework a large variety of cognitive, affective and psychomotor abilities and skills are required. If a student is unable to safely meet the postprofessional curricula requirements, it is the responsibility of the student to request an appropriate accommodation through the EIM Administration Office.

Because of the online nature of our web-based coursework, the student “classroom” is their home or natural environment. It is incumbent on the learner to make the necessary accommodations to allow for maximum performance in the online classroom. Staying current with technology is imperative to ensure success in the online learning environment. Students will need access to the technology and use of the hardware and software listed below as well as the skillset to use them appropriately.

 

Students participating in online coursework will need daily access to a computer with a high speed internet connection.

  • The use of satellite and cellular connections may result in slowness or errors (timeouts, access problems) when accessing the classroom and course materials.
  • The use of public access computers and internet (for example, at work, hospitals, restaurants and public institutions such as libraries) may result in slowness or errors (timeouts or access problems) when accessing the classroom and course materials. Public access computers may not permit any access to certain course materials or systems due to security limitations

Monitor and video card with 1024×768 or greater resolution

Speakers/Headphones and Microphone

  •  Public access computers may not permit usage of speakers, headphones or microphones.

A web camera capable of video web conferencing

  • Public access computers may not permit usage of web cameras.

 

Operating System

  • Microsoft ® Windows
    • Minimum: Windows 7
    • Recommended: Windows 8 or newer
  • Apple® MacOSx
    • Minimum: MacOSx 10.9
    • Recommended: MacOSx 10.10 or newer

Web browser:

  • Google Chrome
    • Minimum: 35 or higher
    • Recommended: 39 or newer
  • Mozilla Firefox
    • Minimum: 31 or higher
    • Recommended: 34 or newer or 31 ESR

Please note that newer browser versions are recommended as available as the newer technologies and security fixes often lead to a better user experience.

Additional Software

  • Microsoft® Office 2010 or later for a personal computer (PC), Microsoft® Office 2011 for a Mac.
  • An up to date installation of Adobe® Reader
  • An up to date installation of the Adobe® Flash plug-in
  • An up to date installation of Java® may be required for some courses
  • A system enabled to allow installation of browser plug-ins as required
  • Local administrative privileges to operating system may be required
  • A current antivirus application (updated regularly)

Mobile Devices

Students are required to have access to computer and high speed internet, but may use a mobile device such as a phone or tablet as a secondary means of access with the EIM Moodle mobile app.

Please note: Access to website functionality and required course materials may be limited on mobile devices.

Computer accessibility

The following opportunities for computer accessibility may be helpful to the student in order to ensure that your computer’s operating system is up-to-date with the most recent accessibility technology.

All students need access to a computer for success in their coursework. The operating systems on most computers already have some features that include these accessibility technologies:

  • Changing font size
  • Changing size of desktop icons
  • Magnification of portions of your screen
  • Converting text to speech
  • Altering background color
  • Captioning for audio
  • Speech recognition

Accessibility for Operating Systems:

Both Microsoft and Apple provide additional accessibility guides, tutorials, and tips for use on your computer. Please visit the specific computer or operating system website for information beyond the documents provided here.

EIM onsite live courses are conducted in a variety of facilities (clinics, hotels, etc.) that must meet ADA regulations. Onsite faculty will work with the host location to ensure the learner has access to the training facility. The faculty and learner will work together to develop technique modifications that enable the learner to function within the constraints of their disability.

Any student who demonstrates the above characteristics and provides a written request that is both reasonable and appropriate (does not require substantial changes to key elements of the course/program) will be considered for accommodation and/or modification. Requests may be sent to courses@eimpt.com.